And on a rainy Tuesday afternoon, the Darts were promptly eliminated from the playoffs, dropping to Timpanogos 15-6.
For the Timberwolves, Winston Farley and Jacob Hougaard were a tough duo in the game, scoring 10 of the team’s 15 goals.
Each of them scored five goals a piece while Hougaard added a pair of assists to his ledger for the afternoon.
Tanner Marsh led the team for the match with six assists on the afternoon, while four others found the scorers table with at least one goal each.
Erik Wilkey, the Timpanogos goal keeper, had 16 saves in 22 attempts, holding the Darts to just six goals in 48 minutes.
No statistics were reported by the Darts according to the website www.utahlax.org, which tracks local games for all high school lacrosse games in the state.
The Darts finished the regular season with a 12-1 record; their lone loss coming against Weber High School in the team’s third game of the season.
Since then, they had won 10 straight matches entering the playoffs while outscoring their opponents 142-45.
The team’s two closest games came against Box Elder and Skyline, the Darts beginning and end of the regular season streak.
Both matches were won by just a single goal.
Entering the playoffs the Darts first faced off against the Mountain View Bruins at home.
They easily dispatched the Bruins 20-7 and moved on to play the Leopards of East High School in the next round.
With an 8-1 lead after the first quarter, the Darts built up a 13-2 halftime lead and eventually won by 17 goals to reach the semi-finals against Timpanogos.
The Darts and Timberwolves had nearly identical records heading into the playoff game, with Timpanogos having one more loss than Davis.
The Timberwolves’ six goals against them marked the first time they had given up a goal to an opponent in the playoffs, shutting out Fremont in the opening round 16-0.