KAYSVILLE -- As a move-in from Mesa, Ariz., she is adjusting to Utah's winter weather.
But Natalie Mecham is feeling warm inside over the Darts' seven-game winning streak.
Mecham, a senior power forward, scored all 10 of her points during the fourth quarter Friday in Davis High's 47-38 come-from-behind victory over the four-time defending Region 1 champion Titans.
"We were finally able to break their press and pass the ball better. We were expecting the press, but we hadn't been executing against it very well," said the 17-year-old Mecham. "We knew they were defending state 5-A champions and it took us a while to get mentally focused."
The Darts (9-4 overall, 2-0 league), who trailed by six points in the second quarter, converted 12 of 14 fourth-quarter free throws.
"Coach (Anne Jones) told us during a timeout that we could win the game from the free-throw line and that's what we needed to win the game," Mecham said. "We have been in the 60 percent range this season and we want to be better, but we haven't been bad from the foul line."
Mecham, who came in averaging a team-high 13.36 points per game, went 3 of 4 from the floor with seven rebounds, one steal and a block for Davis, which shot 30.2 percent (13 of 43) -- the Darts were 0 of 3 on 3-point attempts -- and outrebounded Syracuse 31-19.
Jessica Richardson struggled with 1-of-9 shooting, but hit 8 of 10 foul shots en route to 10 points. She grabbed 10 boards with six blocks and one steal for Davis, which committed 22 turnovers and had nine steals.
The Titans (4-8, 0-2) went scoreless the last 5:03 and got outscored 18-6 in the fourth quarter. Syracuse lost its second straight and is just 1-6 in its last seven games.
Takenna Hamblin scored a game-high 12 points on 3-of-6 shooting with seven rebounds, one assist and a steal for Syracuse, which shot 38.5 percent (15 of 39), including 14.3 percent (1 of 7) from downtown, and committed 18 turnovers with 14 steals.
The Titans' Taylor Coffey tossed in nine points, going 4 of 8 from the floor. Jayda Bovero had eight points, two boards, five assists, four steals and two blocks. Senior Courtney Starks, who tore the anterior cruciate ligament in her left knee Sept. 23, 2012, at the Intermountain Hoops Fall Evaluation Showcase at Salt Lake Community College, has been medically cleared for everything but a full scrimmage.
* FREMONT 50, WEBER 44: At Plain City, the Silver Wolves put it all together in the fourth quarter.
Weber led 36-30 after three quarters, but Fremont outscored their rivals 20-8 to close out the contest.
Amanda Wayment led the way for Fremont with 14 points. Tanesha Daniels chipped in 13 and Mckenzie Burrows tallied eight points.
Erin Reichle scored a game-high 22 points for the 5-A runner-up Warriors and Hannah Charlton added 13. Weber was 15 of 28 at the free-throw line.
* LAYTON 53, NORTHRIDGE 14: At Layton High, the Lancers held the visiting Knights to three first-half points.
Layton's well-balanced scoring attack was led by Jaden Anderson with 10 points, Maddi Smith with nine and Taylor Moore with seven.
Sydnee Acord led Northridge with eight points.
* BOUNTIFUL 48, CLEARFIELD 33: At Bountiful, the Falcons fell behind 14-2 after one quarter and never could make up the difference.
Clearfield trailed just 19-15 at halftime, but ran out of gas in the second half.
Kennedy Merrick's 18 points and six steals led to the Braves' 15-point win. Tiana Dougher contributed 13 points with 10 boards.
Kaitlyn Stratton led the Falcons with 16 points.
In another Region 6 game, East edged Woods Cross 43-42.