This will be the first meeting between the Pioneers and the Eagles, who dropped from Class AAA to Class AA this season.
The Pioneers have won a school-record and state-best 21 consecutive games. Wayne has not trailed since the first minute of the fourth quarter of a 50-20 victory versus Scott on Oct. 7, 2011 - a span of 971 minutes.
Spurlock has rushed 127 times for a school-record 1,859 yards and 25 touchdowns this year, and has only 14 second-half carries this season.
Other rushing weapons for Wayne include sophomore Mason Hodge (26 carries for 676 yards and 12 touchdowns), senior James Egnor (58-384-6) and sophomore Grant Ferguson (41-344-6).
Ferguson is the Pioneers' starting quarterback. He has completed 58-of-107 passes (54.2 percent) for 1,119 yards and 15 touchdowns with one interception.
Ferguson's top targets are senior Zach Cassidy (19 catches for 299 yards and five touchdowns), senior Austin Pyles (13-289-3), junior Kurt Langdon-Arthur (10-271-3) and Hodge (12-269-4).
The Pioneers average 53.8 points and allow 12.8 points per game.
Taylor has completed 62-of-115 passes (53.9 percent) for 1,212 yards and 18 touchdowns with three interceptions. His top targets are Hill (24 catches for 526 yards and 12 scores) and senior Mason Compton (27-545-5).
The Eagles have two 1,000-yard rushers in sophomore Ben D'Annunzio (148 carries for 1,421 yards and 14 touchdowns) and senior Tre Cox (143-1,119-18).
Garrett finished the regular season with 119 tackles, 31 tackles for loss and 13 sacks.
The Eagles average 41.3 points and allow 12.6 points per game.
Morris and Simon politely declined to offer predictions on the outcome.
"Absolutely not," Morris said. "It is the semifinals. Both are good programs and good teams. Both will be well prepared and well coached. I wouldn't want to make any predictions. It could come down to who gets a break or something of that nature because you are looking at two teams who have been very good defensively and offensively."
Simon said, "I have an idea who is going to win, but I'm not going to say it. I think it will be a heck of a game either way. May the best team win. I wish them both the best of luck. They both play good, hard-nosed football. I respect both coaches and programs."
Scott Coach Shane Griffith, whose team lost 47-6 to Wayne on Oct. 5 and 23-0 to Robert C. Byrd on Oct. 26, could not be reached for comment.