The Staples-Motley football has a plus-.500 record for the first time since 2010 following a 44-0 victory at Wadena-Deer Creek Friday night.
The Cardinals, who snapped a 39-game losing streak earlier this season is now 4-3 in 2015.
Matt Miller only touched the ball twice, but rushed for two touchdowns to lead Staples-Motley, which outgained the Wolverines 355-122 in total yardage.
Hunter Berggren, Jeremy Miller, Obed Lozano and Dylan Loftis also ran for scores. Berggren rushed for 72 yards on nine carries. Lozano gained all 50 of his yards on his touchdown run.
W-DC, which was celebrating its homecoming, was led offensively by Zach Schertler's 52 yards on seven carries. Jake Dykhoff ran seven times for 10 yards and was 4-of-9 for 42 yards and one interception. Wyatt Fitzsimmons caught two passes for 37 yards.
Carter Wright led the Wolverines' defense with seven tackles, including one for a loss, and three assists. Austin Sutherland made six tackles and had six assists. Drew Killian had four tackles (one for a loss), two assists and one quarterback sack.
Defensive stats for the Cardinals were not immediately available.