The Crusaders had seven different players rush for a touchdown in the win.
Elliot Riegler scored three touchdowns on the night for MCC in three different ways.
The first quarter belonged to MCC when Dane Rutz (9 yards) and Max Price (35 yards) both ran for touchdowns and Price tossed a 15-yard passing touchdown to Riegler.
The Crusaders dominated the second quarter as well, pushing their lead to 41-0 going into halftime. Riegler added a 56-yard rushing touchdown, Price had his second passing touchdown to Bryan Convertini for a 28 yards and Joseph Waller broke out for a 66-yard rushing touchdown.
The third quarter saw more of the same from the Crusaders as Reigler had an 80-yard kick return touchdown and Bailey Williams added a 32-yard rushing touchdown to extend their lead to 55-0.
The Crusaders capped the scoring with a 3-yard rushing touchdown in the fourth, to take a 62-0 lead.
Waller led the rushing attack with 104 yards. Price passed for 53 yards and rushed for 49 yards.
Nick Powell led the Crusaders defense with six tackles and a fumble recovery while Waller also added a fumble recovery of his own.
For the Shelby Tigers, Xavier Wallace had 61 rushing yards on 20 carries while Griffin Fraass added 44 yards on four attempts.