Early offense was the name of the game for the Crusaders, who scored 21 points in the opening frame and added 20 more in the second quarter. They took their foot off the gas after halftime, limiting themselves to two touchdowns in the fourth.
Ludington found the endzone with 5:53 left in the game for their only score.
Quarterback Cam Martinez led the MCC (3-0, 2-0 Lakes Eight) offense with 130 yards rushing for two touchdowns with 35 yards passing and one touchdown.
A hoard of Crusaders contributed to a dominating rushing attack. Riley St. Amour led the way with 61 yards and one touchdown. Tiovanni Knight followed with 59 yards rushing and one touchdown, just ahead of Tommy Watts with 58 yards and one touchdown.
Avery Evans-Davis converted a rushing touchdown to go with his 33 yards on the ground, while Dawson Steigman scored on his first run, going on to rack up 31 yards.
Jackson Riegler led MCC in receiving with three catches for 35 yards and one touchdown.