The offensive hero once again for the Elks was Bubba Houghton, who bashed a three-run homerun in the bottom of the first inning, supplying all the runs his team would need on the evening.
Houghton's homer was only the second dinger of the year this season in Babe Ruth play.
Wiles hit the other one earlier in the season.
(Aaron Medley and Jay Murphy both homered Monday night)
It was the tenth win of the season for the Elks, who clinched the league title last week.
Hobbs also had a nice game at the dish for the Elks, going 2-3 with three runs scored and an RBI.
Hobbs led off the home half of the first, legging out an infield single, and one batter later, Matt Calendar singled to center to make it first and third.
A-Plus starter Brooks Leftwich got out number two on a pop-up before Houghton drilled his long dinger over the center field fence.
Graves faced just four batters in the second inning and the Elks tacked on three more runs in the home half of the frame, mostly due to four errors by A-Plus.
1-2-3 went A-Plus in the top of the third before the Elks got to the magic number ten for the possible run-rule victory in the bottom of the inning as they scored four times.
The big blow was a two-run double by Graves with two outs that scored Hobbs and Wilson Limbaugh.
Hobbs came to the hill in the bottom of the fourth and walked Aaron Medley to leadoff the frame.
Hobbs settled in with a fly out and a strikeout for two outs before Medley was erased trying to steal third to end the game.
Graves, Calendar, Jacob Griffis, Houghton, and Kurt Taylor all notched one hit apiece for the Elks.