The second quarter was owned by Davis for the first six minutes.
The Darts extended the lead to 39-17 thanks in part to tremendous shooting, they hit four three-pointers in that quarter.
Clearfield's defense rallied them back by closing out the quarter on a 9-0 run to head into half time down 24-39.
The Darts were led early on by Mckenzie Garrett who had 16 points at the halfway mark.
The Falcons also had to play much of the first half without their leading scorer, Britlie Silvester who had picked up a couple of early fouls.
The third quarter was marked by a slightly slower paced game and Davis finished 11-10 over Clearfield.
The Darts were able to control the rest of the game by taking lay ups and effectively using the clock.
Despite giving up some inside looks to Silvester who scored 12 second-half points en route to a 20 point game and a couple of outside buckets, the Darts were able to finish up the game thanks in large part to some good free throw shooting and execution down the stretch. The Darts finished 14-19 from the line.
“I was very pleased with the balance in scoring we had,” said Davis coach Amy Wright. “Taylor Ryan (12) Allison Blake (11) Christine Taylor (10) and Mckenzie Garrett (20) and several others who played very unselfishly tonight.
“Our team played well on both sides of the ball. Clearfield was very persistent and made several runs but we shot the ball well early on and were able to ride out their runs because of our cushion in points.”