After trailing 32-21 at halftime, debuting Logan began chipping away behind C.J. Williams (16 points), A.J. Reynolds (13 points, eight rebounds), Z Minnick (10 points) and Worm Street (eight points, 10 rebounds).
The closest the Wildcats got after that was 43-40 late in the third quarter, but they did get within five at 62-57 and 65-60 in the final 1:09. Harris sank two free throws with 18 seconds left to set the final score.
"At the end of the third quarter, I screwed up a little bit,'' said Logan coach Mark Hatcher. "We had cut it to five and had some momentum and I ran a play I know my guys can usually run with 10 seconds left. But I forgot I had some of my other guys in there and we ran that play a little bit early and they ended up going on a 5-0 run in 20 seconds and it should have been a five-point game. That was my fault.''
Neither team shot the lights out - Logan 42 percent and Hurricane 43 and both were saddled with 19 turnovers. The Redskins led in rebounding 39-35 as Ace Estep backed Sorsaia by grabbing nine missed shots.
"This is the most inexperienced team I've had in about 10 years,'' Hatcher said, "and it showed in the first half.
"In the second half, we played harder and we took it to the basket. But that's a very good [Hurricane] team with a point guard who made a lot of great decisions in the second half. Both teams were making bad decisions at times, but they made a lot more plays early than we did and got that lead.''