The Pioneers moved the ball to the Sissonville 6-yard line on their first drive after a Spurlock 23-yard run in which he jumped over an Indian defender as he tried to tackle him. But the Indians forced a four-and-out.
After the Indians (2-2) were forced to punt on their first possession, the Pioneers struck first on the fourth play of their next drive when Spurlock scored on a 3-yard run.
"I like Noel Devine and I have watched videos of him doing that [jumping over defenders]," Spurlock said. "The thing I didn't know was it was a personal foul for doing that. That really shocked me."
The Pioneers added more scores on a Kurt Arthur 68-yard pass from Grant Ferguson, a Spurlock 33-yard run, Spurlock's 5-yard run and a James Egnor 95-yard interception return.
"We were locked up on the receivers," Egnor said. "Our coaches had us ready for the play. I figured on the goal line that the inside guy would be going outside so I just waited on the quarterback to throw it."
At the half, the Pioneers led 35-0.
Austin Crawford led the Indians with 168 passing yards. The Indians were without leading rushing Trent Stowers, who suited up but was unable to play.
"He has a sprained ankle," said Indians coach Eddie Smolder. "He tried to practice and it hurt too badly. So the trainers decided not to play him tonight. If he could have gone, then he would have.
"We have two good teams these last two weeks and we embrace that. Playing tough games is great for our kids to get exposure and used to playing in big games. Next week will be a big game at Tolsia. We have to get over this and focus on Tolsia Monday."