Hobart scored 14 runs in the first inning of a five-inning 18-4 win over Wheeler and the Brickies weren't challenged during both teams' final game of baseball's regular season.
Nick Bokun was 2-for-3 with a homer and three RBIs, Danie Stewart and Guy Birchel each had two hits and scored twice, Luke Budzielek homered and winning pitcher Braden Niksich allowed one earned run in four innings for Hobart (19-10).
For Wheeler (13-13), three of its four hits went for extra bases with Tyler Crussen and Nate Standiford each tripling, and Sam Bolla doubling.
Boone Grove 3, Lowell 2: Jake Wright was 2-for-3 with the go-ahead single in the fourth innings, leading the Wolves (18-7) over the Red Devils (11-14). Jason Sawa, Dean Hill, Jon Hogg and Chuck Kidd added doubles.
Bryan Thomas tripled and Myles Siedentopf doubled for Lowell.
West Side 11, Lake Station 8: Paco Jordan added to his season-long .654 batting average with a 2-for-3 day with three stolen bases, two runs and three RBIs to help pace West Side.
The Cougars (12-10) took advantage of three Lake Station errors and had a 6-1 lead through three innings.
Chris Szoztek had a triple and went 2-for-4 for the Eagles (8-16).
Valparaiso 140, Lake Central 156, Merrillville 194: The No. 1 Vikings (22-1, 13-1) set a school record for a nine-hole round en route to the DAC triangular win at Forest Park. Kyle Meihofer was the medalist with a two-under par 34.
Matt Meneghetti led the Indians (11-7, 9-5) with a 35.
Andrean 166, Kankakee Valley 179: For the second straight day, Jack Musgrave and Jacob Thorsen shared medalist honors while shooting 39s on Innsbrook's front nine to lead the 59ers (6-4, 5-1 Northwest Crossroads Conference).
The day before, Musgrave and Thorsen helped Andrean defeat Lowell by 20 strokes (164-184).