From staff reports
East Rowan's Candice Hurlocker pitched a perfect game on Tuesday as the Mustangs pounded Statesville 22-0 in their 3A North Piedmont Conference opener.
Hurlocker retired 12 of the 15 batters she faced on strikeouts.
Tiffany Buie and Ashley Loflin had four RBIs apiece and Loflin went 3-for-3 to pace East's 16-hit attack. Ryann Baker homered and drove in three runs.
* West softball opens NPC with easy win
West Rowan's softball team opened 3A North Piedmont Conference play with a 12-2, six-inning win at North Iredell on Tuesday.
Cara Graham went 2-for-2 with two RBIs for the Falcons. Devon Williams was the winning pitcher.
* Davie's Williams player of the year
Davie County senior Sarah Williams has been named 4A Central Piedmont Conference player of the year for girls basketball.
South's Katie Willett was named to the team along with Davie's Dawn Singleton and Allison Schafer.
North Davidson's Kim Payne was girls coach of the year.
South's Andrew Morgan and Graham Corriher were named to the boys All-CPC team.
Davie was represented by Micah Garner.
Boys coach of the year was South Iredell's Gary Sherrill, while West Forsyth's Chris Paul was player of the year.
The full team is in Scoreboard.
* North soccer holds off Albemarle
Stephanie Nelson scored the only goal as North Rowan's soccer team beat Albemarle 1-0 on Wednesday.
"It was physical, but we showed a lot of tenacity and kept after it," said North coach Mark Riley. "We just kept running all night long."
Brittany Osborne and Lauren West combined for the shutout in goal for the Cavs (2-1).
* Mooresville soccer ties Country Day
Mooresville's soccer team tied Country Day 1-1. Lauren Hahn scored for the Blue Devils.
* Catawba softball splits with A-B
Catawba split a softball doubleheader with visiting Alderson-Broaddus on Tuesday.
Alderson-Broaddus won the opener 6-5 in 11 innings, while Catawba (10-10) took the second game 5-1.
Stacey Handy and Rachel McCollum had three hits apiece for the Indians. Katie Phelps got the win in Game 2.
* Pfeiffer golf wins Rendleman tourney
Pfeiffer's top-ranked golf team won its fifth tournament of the year at the Richard Rendleman Invitational played at Crescent Golf Club.
Pfeiffer defeated Francis Marion by three shots.
Pfeiffer's Andrew McArthur (143) won his third tournament by making a birdie on the playoff hole.
* Honeycutt, Quinn win at Crescent
The Crescent held the Irish Mulligan tournament on Saturday.
Ryan Honeycutt and Chuck Quinn won the gross division with a 65. In the net division, the teams of Wayne Tate-Jerry Beaver and David Bolick-Trent Bradshaw tied for first with a 56.
Dave Bates took closest to the pin honors at hole No. 8, and Ryan Stoops took honors at No. 10.
* West Middle soccer beats Knox girls
Karrin Henry, Allie Hester, Rachel Graham, Heather Link and Patricia Ascencion scored goals as West Middle's girls soccer team defeated Knox 5-1 on Tuesday.
Jamie Dagenhart scored for the Trojans on an assist from Kayla Leonard. Vijay Bale and Elizabeth Watson also played well for Knox.
* Patriots, Red Devils battle to tie
Southeast Middle and China Grove fought to a 1-all deadlock in boys soccer on Wednesday.
Fredy Ramirez scored for Southeast on an assist from Emmanuel Belman.
Lucas Soares scored off a corner kick for China Grove's goal.
* Open softball league for women
The Salisbury Parks & Recreation Department continues registration for the spring women's open Softball leagues.
Contact Hall Gym at 704-638-5289 or email email@example.com.
* Girls fast-pitch
The deadline is March 14 for the Salisbury Parks & Recreation Department girls fast-pitch softball leagues.
The league invites all girls, ages, 8-10 and 11-13.
Cost is $25 for residents and $50 for non-residents.
Participants can register at Hall Gym.
The season begins in April at the Salisbury Community Park.
For information about theleagues or coaching, call Randall King at 704-638-5289 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
* Erwin boosters
The Erwin Eagles boosters club will meet Monday at 7 p.m. in the media center.
Hurlocker pitches perfect game