East Surry remains perfect in the Northwest Conference at 6-0, 8-2 overall.
That gives the Cards a one-game lead on North Stokes and two games on West Stokes, noted Coach Derrick Hill.
Starting pitcher Paula Kiser shut out the Lady Sauras for three innings as the offense built a 7-0 lead. She went four innings to earn the win.
Jessica Barker, who also shined at the plate, held the Sauras scoreless in the fifth and sixth innings, and Kristen Cummings pitched the seventh.
The Cards tallied 13 hits on the night and were helped by three errors by the visiting team. The Sauras managed only four hits, with the Cards making only one fielding error.
East posted four runs in the first inning as they mixed some hits in with two walks to bat around the order.
In the third inning, the Cards loaded the bases before a double by Barker cleared all three runners.
The Sauras got two back in the fourth, but the first of those runners got aboard off an error in the outfield, Hill said.
In the sixth, Ashley Smith led off with double. Kelsey Wilson doubled her home and eventually got home on a passed ball. Hill said the team almost had another run home, but the player was nailed on a play at the plate.
Hill praised the pitchers for not walking batters and making South Stokes put the ball in play. Aside from the one error, he thought the defense did a good job of making plays all night.
Weather permitting, the Cards will host Surry Central on Friday.