The Saskatoon Hilltops racked up over 600 yards on offence as they blanked the Edmonton Wildcats 51-0 on Sunday in Prairie Football Conference (PFC) action.
Adam Machart led the rushing attack with 221 yards and one touchdown on 12 carries.
Quarterback Jordan Walls was good on 10 of 19 passes for 213 yards and three touchdowns, including a 75 yard toss to Ryan Turple.
Hilltops head coach Tom Sargeant said it was the team’s best game of the season.
“Anytime your pitch a shutout at this level you’re doing something right,” Sargeant said.
“That’s a credit to the defensive coaches and the defensive players for doing their jobs and doing it well.
The win secures the Hilltops home field for the PFC semifinal.
The Hilltops are on the road to wrap up the regular season when they head to Edmonton to take on the undefeated Huskies on Saturday in a first-place showdown.