Austin Hensley didn't give Spring Valley much hope thereafter and was especially tough on the top of Spring Valley's lineup as the 1-4 hitters went a combined 0 for 12.
Kaleb Frye and Billy Evans each had a pair of hits to account for Spring Valley's offense.
"[Austin Hensley] wants the ball and he'll get out there and give you everything he's got," Sutphin said.
"We had a couple of kids hit the ball good, which was a good sign off of a good pitcher," Jim Hensley said. "But he kind of handcuffed [Elijah] Wellman a time or two and [Colby] Webb, which have been kind of carrying as far as the bats go, but that's what good pitchers do."
Trey Dawson and Alexander Dunham each had an RBI for Hurricane and Pate and Brock each doubled.
The Redskins will pitch Connor Adams tonight while Spring Valley kept its ace in the hole by not pitching Wellman on Monday night. Jim Hensley said Wellman will not start tonight either but will be available in relief in certain situations.
He had not made a decision on his starter for tonight's game.
Bryton Jobe went 2 for 3 with a double, home run and two RBIs for the No. 3-seeded Knights. Ronnie Musik had all three hits for No. 2 Huntington.
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