PLAIN CITY -- Forgive the Darts for being selfish and not in a giving mood.
"We wanted this league title for ourselves and we didn't want to share. We had come too far and we wanted it for ourselves," said Davis High senior power forward Natalie Mecham.
With a season sweep of Fremont -- the Darts led wire-to-wire Tuesday in a 48-36 victory in the Wolf Den -- Davis captured its first Region 1 girls basketball title since the 2006-07 season.
"We have a day off (Wednesday) to rest," said the 18-year-old Mecham, whose family moved to Kaysville in June 2012 from Mesa, Ariz. "I'm going to sleep and catch up on homework. It's time to get my grades back up.
"Everyone wanted this," she said. "We wanted to go into the state 5-A tournament on a win and we want to be peaking going into state."
The Darts have won two straight and are 13-2 in their last 15 games.
"I think this was a good team effort," said Mecham, who scored a game-high 17 points on 8-of-11 shooting with nine rebounds, two assists, three steals and two turnovers.
"We feed off each other's energy," she said. "We had to step up our effort to contend with their good players and we did."
Jessica Richardson, the team's leading scorer at 14.05 points per game coming in, went 3 of 6 from the floor for 10 points. She grabbed seven boards with two steals, a block and one turnover for Davis, which shot 52.6 percent (20 of 38) and was 33.3 percent (2 of 6) from 3-point range.
Caitlyn Gibson had eight points on 4-of-7 shooting with two assists, one steal and two turnovers for the Darts, who outrebounded the Silver Wolves 21-17 and committed 14 turnovers.
Davis, which plays its 5-A first-round game Monday at 11:10 a.m. in Bruin Arena at Salt Lake Community College, had 11 assists and nine steals.
Mecham drew her second personal foul at 1:05 of the first quarter and went scoreless during the second quarter. She tossed in eight of the Darts' 16 fourth-quarter points.
Shelby Molen, a sophomore combo guard, was 3 of 9 from the floor -- 3 of 7 from deep -- for nine points. She also had one rebound, three assists, two steals, a block and four turnovers for Fremont, which turned the ball over on its first three possessions and fell behind 11-1 at 3:07 of the first quarter.
The Silver Wolves leading scorer, Amanda Wayment -- who came in averaging 15.60 ppg -- had 10 points on 5-of-8 shooting with seven boards, two assists, three blocks and three turnovers. Point guard McKenzie Burrows went 3 of 8 from the floor for eight points with two rebounds, two assists, two steals and two turnovers.
Fremont, which had its three-game winning streak snapped, shot 32.6 percent (14 of 43) and was 31.2 percent (5 of 16) on 3-point attempts.
The Silver Wolves, who are making their first state 5-A tournament appearance after a year's absence, committed 17 turnovers with 12 assists, eight steals and four blocks.
* WEBER 56, NORTHRIDGE 46: At Northridge High, the Warriors closed out their season with a hard-fought win over an improving Knights' squad.
Erin Reichle tallied 10 points, while Maren Ulrich added 12 points for Weber, which was in the state 5-A title game a year ago but will miss next week's tournament.
The Warriors led 33-17 at halftime, and had 21 more foul-shot attempts than Northridge. Hannah Charlton added eight points.
Sydnee Acord scored 13 points with six steals for the Knights. Tawnie Fitzgerald hit three 3-pointers, while Brittley Eldredge added three points and 12 rebounds. Kylee Christensen scored eight points.
* SYRACUSE 43, LAYTON 41: At Layton High, the defending 5-A champion Titans built a nice lead through three quarters but then had to hold on for dear life to claim a victory. Syracuse was up 33-17 after three periods. The Titans won the game with a 22 of 26 effort at the foul line.
Takenna Hamblin scored 19 points to lead Syracuse and Courtney Starks had six.
Ashley Price led Layton with 15 points, while Jaden Anderson added nine. The Lancers went 5 of 12 at the free-throw line.