And for both teams, despite opposite outcomes Tuesday afternoon, they will be heading to the state 5A girls soccer tournament as region champions.
Davis, winner of four of its last five matches entering Tuesday’s match up with Northridge, ended up dropping a 1-0 decision after allowing a second half goal to Lady Knight Ricci Adams.
The loss, as it turned out, was inconsequential to the Darts. They finished the region with a 7-3 record and had already clinched a share of the region title.
The Lady Darts split their two meetings with Fremont with identical 2-1 scores but will still be a top seed heading into the state tournament for 5A.
For the season, Kenzie Harrison led the team in scoring with 17 goals in 16 games. Teammate Abbey Mann was second with six goals, and Sammi Swan finished with five on the year.
Goalkeeper Dani MacKay started all 16 games for the Darts, recording three shutouts.
The Vikings, on the other hand, will enter the state tournament with a near-unblemished record for the season.
Since the Vikings only loss to Bountiful in the team’s second game of the year, Viewmont has won 14 straight contests.
Since entering region play, the Vikings have out scored their opponents 83-2 while going 10-0 in that span. The team’s two goals against came while playing West, one of the few teams that played an entire game against the Lady Vikes this season.
The scoring onslaught the Vikings put up during the regular season came mostly from Ali Forsberg, who scored 29 goals entering the playoffs.
She was one of four players to score in double figures for Viewmont, the others including Lizzy Rasmussen (19), Camille Green (15) and Courtney Wallis (10).
Alex Cook has been the beneficiary of stopping any shots that came her way this season, recording nine shutouts in 16 games.
Ashley Earnshaw also has one shutout this season for Viewmont.
The Darts’ first round opponent will be Cottonwood, who finished 3-10-3 overall on the season.
The Vikings will get Bingham, a team that won just two games entering the playoffs.
Both games will be at the schools’ respective home sites and are scheduled to start at 4 p.m. Tuesday afternoon.