After several clean looks early in the first half, Fremont finally scored when Karstyn Peterson's hard-fired shot ricocheted off the American Fork keeper and Katelyn Allen was there to clean it up for a 1-0 advantage in the 16th minute.
"I saw Karstyn went wide and she's really good at feeding the ball off. I didn't know what was going to happen, so I knew I had to be right there in the middle," Allen said. "... You have to be ready for anything."
American Fork (16-3) struggled to generate consistent possessions, something Fremont focused on entering the second meeting between the two programs. The Wolves won 2-0 in the first meeting.
"To play fast and to press the ball everywhere," Parke said of his team's objective. "I didn't think they could play with us if we pressed. I think right in the first five minutes, we could see if we could put enough pressure on them, we could possess the ball more than they could."
Fremont will play at Rio Tinto Stadium against Davis on Friday at 4:30 p.m., and Allen understood her team will be considered significant underdogs, saying "We're going in knowing we have to play our best game. We're ready for it. We're pumped."
Davis 6, Copper Hills 0
The Darts (19-0), ranked No. 1 in the nation, won their 43rd straight game, and will try to become only the fourth team in state history to win three consecutive state titles, joining Alta (2006-09), Mountain View (2000-02) and Olympus (1994-96).
Copper Hills (13-6) was the No. 1 seed from Region 3, as the semifinals featured the top programs from all four leagues.
Ally Olcott gave Davis a 1-0 cushion less than two minutes into the game. Mikayla Colohan extended the advantage to 2-0 with a header into the right corner of the net in the 29th minute. Colohan added another goal in the second half, while Olivia Wade, Kate McMaster and Lindsey DiReda each scored once in the second 40 minutes.