PLEASANT VIEW -- For the first time since the 2007-08 season, the Silver Wolves are celebrating no less than a league girls basketball title.
In its season sweep of cross-county rival Weber High -- punctuated by Tuesday's 64-29 Region 1 runaway in Richard R. Conolly Gymnasium -- Fremont outscored the Warriors 131-43.
"It's exciting being at least co-champions. It's cool," said Fremont junior combo guard Shelbee Molen. "We talked a lot of expecting anything. We didn't know what they would do. The slower pace, we didn't react to it as well. The second half we came out and played our game."
The Silver Wolves (19-2 overall, 11-1 league) will be outright league champions if Layton loses to Viewmont today. A Lancers' road breakthrough means Region 1 co-champions and a coin toss to determine the league's respective Nos. 1 and 2 seedings for next week's state 5-A tournament at Salt Lake Community College.
Weber, which was already eliminated from 5-A tournament contention and fell to Fremont 67-14 on Jan. 24 at Plain City, doubled its point production and still got drubbed by 35 points.
"We all believed if we play like we can play, then we could win a region title," said the 17-year-old Molen, a BYU commit. "It would have been nice to win it outright, and we still might. It's still nice to win a region title."
Molen, who came in averaging 17.1 points per game and ranked No. 2 in the state with 59 3-pointers, splashed in a game-high 20 points on 8-of-14 shooting, including 4 of 7 from beyond arc.
She had a season-low five points and then 13 in her last two games with just two triples.
"I struggled scoring in our last two games. It felt good to come out and not worry about it and just play," Molen said. "I let it get in my head too much. I think I did a good job of putting it behind me and just playing the game."
Molen also had two rebounds, four assists and three steals for the Silver Wolves, who are 17-1 in their last 18 games.
"We've been practicing really hard and playing really hard," she said. "We're excited for what is to come."
Fremont limited the Warriors to only 12 second-half points, including two fourth-quarter free throws. The Silver Wolves polished off Weber with a devastating 28-2 run spanning the game's final 10:34.
"We did a really good job defensively. I think our offense feeds off our defense," Molen said. "We came together as a team in the second half and started playing with each other more. We did what we needed to do to finish things off."
Fremont shot 46.1 percent (24 of 52) -- 50.0 percent (6 of 12) from deep -- and outrebounded the Warriors 28-20. The Silver Wolves had 18 assists, 16 steals and 12 turnovers.
"We're definitely not satisfied. We need to improve on the little things, stay together and work hard," Molen said. "I think we have a really good chance of winning the state 5-A title if we come out and play like we can."
Harley Hansen hit 4 of 6 shots for 11 points with four rebounds, three assists and two steals for Fremont. Kealani Sagapolu had a 10-point, 10-rebound double-double on 5-of-8 shooting with one assist, three steals and one turnover.
BYU signee Amanda Wayment, who wasn't feeling well Tuesday, scored eight first-half points with six boards, two assists, two steals and an uncharacteristic six turnovers. She was just 3 of 9 from the floor.
Sydnee Ward made only 3 of 9 shots for seven points with five rebounds, three assists and one steal. Point guard McKenzie Burrows finished with three assists, two steals and one turnovers for the Silver Wolves.
"We all believe in each other and believe in what we can do," Molen said.
Weber (4-18, 3-9) ended the season on a three-game skid and went 3-5 in its last eight.
Hannah Charlton, who missed the first 12 games with a non-basketball related shoulder injury, scored a team-high 11 points. Abbie O'Neill, who came in averaging 10.2 ppg, tossed in eight.
The Warriors shot a frosty 23.7 percent (9 of 38), including 16.7 percent (1 of 6) on 3-point attempts, and committed 24 turnovers. Weber was 10 of 10 at the free-throw line.
* SKY VIEW 56, BONNEVILLE 49: At Smithfield, Bonneville's Region 5 winning streak is over.
Despite leading much of the game, Bonneville was outscored 20-10 in the fourth quarter en route to a 56-49 defeat at the hands of Sky View. The loss ended the Lakers' 30-game Region 5 winning streak and slid Bonneville into a tie with Sky View atop the region standings at 10-1.
* BOX ELDER 77, LOGAN 68: At Brigham City, freshman Keslee Stevenson returned from a concussion as if she hadn't missed a single game, scoring 22 points to lead Box Elder to a 77-68 victory over Logan.
Stevenson, playing in her first game since leaving during the first half of Box Elder's game against Ogden on Feb. 6, was one of four Bees to reach double-digit scoring with senior Lexi Barlow scoring 14 and juniors Brittney Bowers and Casey Quayle each adding 10.
* MOUNTAIN CREST 49, ROY 45: At Roy, Roy's shot at the third seed in Region 5 disappeared with a 49-45 loss to Mountain Crest.
Senior Kaitlyn Hurley scored 22 points to lead the Royals, who despite the loss still secured Region 5's fourth seed and a berth in the 4-A playoffs thanks to Logan falling at Box Elder.
* HIGHLAND 46, BOUNTIFUL 45: Bountiful came up short Tuesday night, falling to Highland 46-45 in the Braves' regular-season finale.
Senior Tiana Dougher led Bountiful with 18 points, while sophomore Kennedy Redding posted a double-double with 13 points and 17 rebounds.
* KEARNS 56, WOODS CROSS 47: At Kearns, by the time Woods Cross got going against Kearns, it was much too little, much too late.
Woods Cross scored 37 points in the second half, but following just a 10-point first half, it wasn't nearly enough.
OGDEN 57, TOOELE 51: At Tooele, Ogden built an early 16-point lead and held on at the end, defeating Tooele 57-51.
Junior Xena Motes led Ogden with 19 points.
--Standard-Examiner correspondent Ryan Comer contributed to this report.