Legg scored 10 points and Neal Statts had seven points and 11 rebounds for Delaware League-affiliate H-T (15-4).
Ward, who scored two three-pointers, and Griffiths each scored eight points for Milford (14-5).
Spurchise said he told his players after the game that they had a lot to be proud of this season, which included a perfect record in the Tri-Valley League East and a division title.
“The important thing to be said is we had an unbelievable, wonderful year,” he said. “It certainly exceeded my expectations. I told them we can’t let this one game be our memory of the season.
“I told them to look around the room,” he continued. “I know we are saying goodbye to three seniors, but we have 10 guys coming back next season. I don’t think any other teams in the league will be able to say that. Our future is very bright.”