PLAIN CITY -- In their last regular-season home game, the cousins -- running back/strong safety Nick Vigil and defensive tackle Jake Gallegos -- accounted for both Silver Wolves' touchdowns.
"It was a very good way to end our last home game as seniors," Gallegos said. "I couldn't have ask for much more from our defense. This was one of our better defensive games, and we still have some things to work on."
Vigil scored on a 2-yard run in the second quarter, Gallegos had a 23-yard interception return in the third quarter and defending league champion Fremont limited the Titans to a season-low point total Friday in a 15-3 Region 1 victory.
With their fourth consecutive win, the Silver Wolves clinched no less than a tie for their second straight league football title. Fremont plays at Layton on Oct. 14 in its Region 1 finale.
"Our goal at the beginning of the year was to win an undefeated region title, and we're staying true to that goal," said the 18-year-old Gallegos. "Layton is a good team and we're not looking past them at all. They have a team that can cause you problems; we have to be prepared."
On a cold and misty night, Fremont finished with 193 total net yards on 50 offensive plays. The Silver Wolves rushed for 136 yards on 33 carries, and completed 7-of-17 passes for 57 yards with one interception.
Vigil ran for a game-high 76 yards and a touchdown, and had two receptions for 21 yards.
"It was a mud bowl; it was slip and slide," Gallegos said. "If you didn't get your feet, you weren't going anywhere."
Gallegos' pick-six was his first high school touchdown.
"I was a little worried at getting the pick," he said. "I went up for the bat, and the ball magically appeared. My hands were cradled and the ball fell right into them. I had to remind myself it wasn't a dream and I had to run.
"We had to keep No. 4 (quarterback Trevor Davis) and No. 2 (tailback Mason Woodward) in check," Gallegos said. "They were both studs. Syracuse has a lot of talented receivers, so we couldn't focus on just one guy.
"It was so much fun having Nick and myself score tonight," he said. "We usually go to either his house or mine after the games and hang out. Our families are close, and with all uncles, it's like a party after the games."
Vigil's and Gallegos' fathers are first cousins, making Nick and Jake second cousins.
The Titans, who have dropped two straight and are 1-3 in their last four games after a 4-0 start, had 155 total net yards on 49 plays.
Syracuse rushed for just 12 yards on 21 carries, with the Silver Wolves getting four sacks.
Woodward ran for 16 yards on five carries. The Titans completed 16-of-28 passes for 143 yards with two interceptions. Rowdy Stucki had the other Fremont interception; Diante Mitchell had the Titans' pick.