Pate muffed the kick return at the 19-yard line then picked it up and burst up the middle and then down the right sideline to give Hurricane the lead for good at 7-0 just 19 seconds into the game.
The Redskins' defense forced Logan out on downs, and then on the ensuing possession, Turner caught a 33-yard pass from Hensley for a 13-0 advantage.
The Wildcats answered with a big play as Chris Marcum hit Josh Rein for a 54-yard run and catch to make it 13-7 just before the first quarter ended.
After that, though, it was all Hurricane as it came right back with Turner's 23-yard TD toss from Hensley and Hurd's 1-yard scoring plunge just before intermission for a 27-7 edge.
The Redskins fumbled after a 16-play drive on their first possession of the second half, but Pate picked Marcum to set up Cooper's 1-yard TD for a 34-7 lead with two minutes to go in the third period.
"We're not very good at stopping the run and we knew we'd have trouble cutting off [Hurricane's] passing game unless we added more defensive backs,'' said Logan coach Gary Mullins. "So we were in kind of a Catch 22.
"We were running guys in and out, and when you get caught playing games like that, then that's what happens. When we guessed right, we confused them a couple of times. We didn't have an answer for anything they were trying to do.''
Marcum threw for 174 yards, completing 8 of 25 with two interceptions, and Brynden Street gained 64 yards on six rushes with a late 20-yard TD. C.J. Williams had two receptions for 65 yards.
Reach Tommy R. Atkinson at tatkin...@wvgazette.com or 304-348-4811.