The Braves had jumped out in the first two games, 25-21, 25-19, only to watch the Wildcats rise up in game three to win 25-19.
"We've had a tough time in situations like this and keeping level headed, but we did it tonight and after that third game our girls came back."
And did so with a vengeance. The Braves raced out to a 9-0 lead en route to a 25-15 win to seal the deal.
The Braves were led by Caitlin Hibbert's 50 perfect sets and Shayli Iosefa's 13 kills. Lindsay Parkin picked up another nine kills for Bountiful.
"The girls all stepped it up tonight," Herrick said. "They all battled every one of them and they believe in themselves as a team. We are very young with just one senior so to come in here with a great crowd and pull this off, I'm very pleased."
Woods Cross coach Donna Tippetts noted the wild crowd and the team's first home region match as something that might have rattled her team.
"We haven't played in front of a crowd like this until tonight," she said. "I think it took us some time to get used to it and play through it."
Watching her team play so hard in picking up the third game only to come unraveled in the final game, Tippets remained frustrated.
"We did a great job in that third game and to let things get away from us in the fourth game was tough," Tippetts said. "We can't spot teams 9-0 leads."
Bountiful improved to 1-5 (1-2 in Region 5), while Woods Cross slipped to 2-2 (0-2 in Region 5).