WASHINGTON TERRACE -- A repeat and a three-peat.
One day removed from a horrendous foul shooting performance, the Lakers lit it up from the free-throw line in the fourth quarter Saturday and steamed to their third straight Harry Burchell Classic title.
Bonneville dropped in 15 of 16 fourth-quarter foul shots to upend the Silver Wolves 47-38 in the four-team girls basketball tournament.
After a dismal 16 of 31 effort versus Cyprus on Friday, the Lakers went 20 of 24 at the free-throw line Saturday. Senior point guard Cortney Porter, who repeated as the tournament's most valuable player, was 9 of 10 from the charity stripe during the fourth quarter.
She splashed in a game-high 18 points on 4-of-12 shooting -- just 1 of 6 from 3-point range -- with four rebounds, five assists, two steals and three turnovers for Bonneville (3-1 overall).
"We were more focused at the free-throw line today. Coach (Mike Russell) didn't talk about it before the game," said the 18-year-old Porter, who has signed with the U.S. Air Force Academy.
"Free throws swung the momentum toward us, and if we didn't make them it would have been a lot closer game," she said.
Junior combo guard Shelbee Molen drained a deep 3-pointer with 28.3 seconds remaining, bringing Fremont within 39-38. The Lakers closed the game on an 8-0 run.
"This was our best overall game," Porter said. "We're happy where we're at after beating a good Fremont team. We made our free throws, we were physical and we played together."
Sophomore shooting guard Savanna Shaw went 3 of 6 from the floor for 11 points -- she was also 5 of 6 at the foul line -- with four rebounds and a steal for Bonneville, which shot 31.0 percent (13 of 42) -- 0.8 percent (1 of 13) from downtown -- outrebounded the Silver Wolves 36-32.
Molen, a BYU commit, scored a team-high 14 points on 4-of-20 shooting -- 1 of 6 on 3-point attempts -- with three assists for Fremont (2-1).
Senior center Amanda Wayment, a BYU signee, rang up a double-double with 14 boards and 14 points, hitting 5 of 14 shots.
The all-tournament team included Shaw and Bonneville teammate Sam Filiaga, Wayment, Molen and Bear River's Alyssa Park.
The Bears (1-3) beat Cyprus 40-25 in the consolation game.
* MORGAN 68, CARBON 47: At Morgan, the Trojans wrapped up their own Winter Classic with a second win.
Morgan knocked down nine 3-pointers to take care of the Dinos. Savanna Brooks led the way with three 3s.
Morgan won the first three quarters to lead 54-29 before emptying the bench. Rashel Blazzard tallied 16 points with four assists; Breanna Hurlbut had 11 points, 11 rebounds and six steals; and Lisa VanCampen checked in with 12 points and seven rebounds for the Trojans.