LAYTON -- Non-league wins do not get you into the state girls basketball tournament.
After going undefeated during the preseason, the Lancers opened Region 1 play Tuesday against a team they hadn't beaten since a sweep in the 2006-07 season.
Limiting Weber High to a season-low point total, Layton snapped an eight-game skid versus the Warriors with a wire-to-wire 46-27 victory.
"It feels good to finally beat Weber. I was nervous," said Layton junior power forward Livia Treseder. "Coach (Van) Price had been telling us for a couple of weeks that we hadn't beaten Weber for a while. Our defense won the game for us."
Weber, which had swept the Lancers the last four seasons, shot a bone-chilling 22.7 percent (10-of-44) -- 7.1 percent (1-of-14) on 3-point attempts -- committed 20 turnovers and missed 11 free throws (6-of-17).
"We communicate a lot on defense and we have each other's backs," said the 16-year-old Treseder. "Defense is something we always focus on. Alta was our best defensive game and this was next.
"Today, we stayed straight man-to-man," she said. "It depends on who we play, whether we play man or zone. The 10-0 start put a target on our back, and now that region has started, we have to work our way up. We're off to a good start."
Layton senior point guard Amber Daly scored a game-high 14 points on 4-of-9 shooting. She also grabbed eight rebounds and swiped three steals for Layton, which shot just 34.1 percent (15-of-44), including 22.2 percent (2-of-9) from 3-point range, and outrebounded the Warriors 46-22.
"I don't think about scoring. If it comes, it comes," Treseder said. "I like to score, but it's not my main focus. There are better shooters on the team than me, so I don't mind as long as we get the win."
Courtnee Wood had nine points, six boards, one assist and two steals; Maddi Smith had nine points, seven rebounds, one assist and two steals; and Treseder had six points, a game-high 11 boards, two assists and four steals for the Lancers (11-0 overall, 1-0 league), who committed 20 turnovers.
"We still have a lot to improve on, and we haven't peaked yet," Treseder said. "When your offense isn't great, you make up for it on defense."
Erica Olpin scored a team-high 11 points with six rebounds and two steals for Weber (9-3, 0-1), which is 2-3 in its last five games. Junior point guard Erin Reichle, the team's leading scorer at 10.55 points per game, went scoreless.
* DAVIS 43, NORTHRIDGE 38: At Northridge High, Caitlyn Gibson scored a game-high 17 points as the Darts outlasted the Knights on the road. Sydnee Acord had a team-best 12 points for Northridge and Brittley Eldredge contributed 10.
"Davis came out in the fourth quarter and that's really where we needed to get some stops," Northridge coach Krislyn Wallace said. "It was well played on both ends."
* SYRACUSE 73, FREMONT 45: At Plain City, Makenlee Williams led four Titans in double figures with 18 points as Syracuse pulled ahead early and didn't look back. Brittney Martin had 16 points for the Titans, Courtney Starks added 14 and Abby Call had 13. Tanesha Daniels led Fremont with 11 points.
* WOODS CROSS 55, CLEARFIELD 22: At Woods Cross, the Wildcats never let the Falcons break double digits in any quarter and shut them out in the third quarter en route to a big win.
* BEAR RIVER 69, GRANTSVILLE 40: At Garland, Jordan Theurer tossed in a game-high 22 points to lead the Bears to victory at home.
Bear River dominated Grantsville on the glass, outrebounding the Cowgirls 50-19.
* STANSBURY 52, OGDEN 47: At Stansbury, the Mustangs held on against the traveling Tigers.
* MORGAN 41, TOOELE 29: At Tooele, the Trojans took a 22-11 lead at halftime and stayed in control for a road win.
* ST. JOSEPH 66, WEST RIDGE 29: At Ogden, the Jayhawks cruised to an easy home win.
* LAYTON CHRISTIAN 57, INTERMOUNTAIN CHRISTIAN 50: At Layton, the Eagles flew to victory behind Alyssa Atisme's 22 points.
Shayla Simpson contributed 17 and Brittany Griffith had 10 to be the third LCA player in double figures.
Abby Moore scored 20 points for ICS in a road loss.