Winfield missed four foul shots in the closing four seconds and visiting Hurricane held on to a 47-45 boys basketball win Saturday.
Trey Dawson led all scorers with 14 points for the Redskins (11-4) and Henry Sorsaia chipped in with 13. Taylor Hearn was the lone double-digit scorer for the Generals (7-7) with 12 points.
"We've always had a mental block against Winfield anyway,'' said Hurricane coach Lance Sutherland. "We've only beaten them, what, twice in the last 10 years? It's just one of those things against a county rival. You lose your head sometimes, but tonight we regained it.
"We've only had one other real close game this season, but now we've been in that position and we know what we need to do to win the game. We need to take care of the ball at crucial times. And we got an amazing defensive effort from Ian Miles.''
Miles helped hold Winfield's top scorer, Zach Fisher, to three points, about 13 under his average. Fisher poured in 25 points in the Generals' victory over the Redskins earlier this season.
Warden scored 16 of his points in the first half to help the Greyhounds (8-2) take a 49-25 lead. Arik McGinnis hit three 3-pointers in that half, part of his 13 points total. Raeshawn Breckenridge finished with 14. Jake Grimmett scored 21 points and Ricky Carter added 19 for the Patriots (4-6).
Zach Casto paced the Class A No. 1 Fighting Irish (11-1) with 16 points while Nick George chipped in 15. Joshua Amuzu produced 14 points for Wesley Christian.