The West Michigan Ironmen played their first road contest in nearly two years and came away with a 37-6 victory over the Indianapois Enforcers on Saturday night.
West Michigan jumped out to a 14-0 lead after the first quarter, led 23-6 at halftime and had a 37-6 advantage through three quarters.
The contest was played throughout with a running clock, which was a factor in the low-scoring outcome.
Wide receiver Corey Johnson connected with quarterback Alex Carder for four touchdowns, while BJ Foy caught one touchdown pass.
Nick Dekraker forced a safety on the defensive side of the ball.