Dana Claussen went the distance with eight strikeouts Saturday as unranked Hobart upset Times No. 1 Crown Point 1-0 in softball action.
Hannah Wilson drove in the game's lone run for the Brickies (11-10).
Pitchers Siena Gyure and Miranda Elish totaled seven strikeouts for the Bulldogs (19-3).
Clark 12, Hammond Academy 7: Celeste Martinez and Tikka Woods both drove in three runs to help lead Clark to the win.
Lowell 13, Merrillville 1 (5 inn.): Brandi Faverty struck out 10 to lead the Red Devils to the win. Lowell broke open the game with a six-run third inning.
North Newton 12, Calumet 0 (5 inn.): Emma Hollopeter drove in three runs to help lead the Spartans (7-6, 5-4) past the Warriors in Greater South Shore Conference action. Hanna Halliar, Allyson Leach and Jena Leach drove in two runs each.
Indianapolis Cathedral 5-8, Lake Central 0-3: Alec Olund and Tony Schneider both doubled for the No. 5 Indians in the first game of the doubleheader, but L.C. was unable to bring in any runs.
Ryan Burvan doubled twice in the second game and scored twice; Brenden Seren added three hits and an RBI, but Cathedral's eight runs were too much to overcome.
Morgan Township 11, Kankakee Valley 6: Jake Koselke and Joe Dougherty both drove in two runs to lead the Cherokees (13-8) over the Kougars.
Andrew Jackson and Al Berdine each knocked in two runs for K.V. (8-15),
Valparaiso 7, Culver Academy 2: Devin Bafia allowed just four hits and struck out 11 to lead the Vikings past the Eagles. Sam Miller (two runs) and Ethan Lehnen each notched two hits for Valpo.
Valparaiso 8, Westview 7: Simms doubled, tripled and scored three runs as the Vikings pulled out a win. C.J. Gear and Devin Bafia each plated two runs. Sam Miller and Gear had two hits apiece.
Clark 3, Westville 1: Justin Martinez limited the Blackhawks to four hits in the Pioneers' victory.
Wheeler 11-6, Lake Station 7-5: The Bearcats smacked eight doubles in the first game and scored in the bottom of the seventh of the second game to complete a GSSC sweep. Tyler Crussen and Austin Whitaker were both 3-for-4 in the opener, with Crussen, Jake LaFever and Dustin Bogs all driving in two runs. LaFever and Sam Bolla were each 2-for-4 in the nightcap for Wheeler.
Chris Szoztek and Kyle Gooch each had three-hit games for Lake Station.
LaPorte 3-0, Lowell 2-1: Ben Saliwanchik went nine innings, striking out 17 and allowing just three hits, as the Slicers prevailed in the opener before Dan Garza tossed a four-hit shutout for the Red Devils in the second game.
Boone Grove 8, Kankakee Valley 2: Dean Hill (8-0) went six innings and was 3-for-4 along with Jon Hogg in the No. 10 Wolves' win over the Kougars. Jason Sawa and Caleb Narron each posted two RBIs for Boone (14-4), while Jake Gholston scored three times.
Crown Point Invitational: Matt Mudd was medalist with a 73 at Youche Country Club, and the Bulldogs won their own invite with a 316. Luke Lambert added a 78.
Munster's AJ Gauthier shot a 74, helping Munster place second at 322.
Jack Musgrave fired a 77 for sixth-place Andrean (359).
Culver Military Invitational: No. 3 Valparaiso didn't drop a set en route to a pair of 5-0 wins and the crown. Rachel Willing (No. 2 singles) won 6-3, 6-2 against Fort Wayne Luers in the semifinals and 6-0, 6-0 against Kokomo in the championship.
Carmel Invitational: Hebron, the state's top-ranked team, lost to a pair of schools from Louisville, Ky. St. Xavier defeated the Hawks 27-25, 22-25, 15-13, while Trinity won 25-20, 21-25, 16-4.
Hebron (22-3) remains unbeaten against Indiana teams, defeating Lafayette Jeff (25-12, 25-21) and the host Greyhounds (25-12, 25-18). Austin Wayne led the Hawks with 38 kills and 15 digs. Spencer Sheets added 29 kills, seven aces and four block kills.
Hebron will meet the winner of the Indianapolis Brebeuf-Hamilton Southeastern match later in the week in the regional finals of the state tournament.