Kelehear had a season-high 28 points and grabbed eight rebounds for Lafayette, who began the week with a 5-0 overall record. Ramsey finished with 11 points. Southern had seven points and 10 rebounds, while Marsh added six points.
The Lady Ramblers suffered their first loss of the season to Heritage on Friday, but also managed to record two more victories as they began the new week with a 4-1 overall mark.
Against Gordon Lee, Lafayette claimed a 48-38 win as Latyah Barber led the way with 18 points. Nicky Yancy came through with nine points and three steals. Marquila Howell had six points. Mykeria Johnson and Megan Wilson had five each, followed by Imani Cook with two and Alyssa Estus with one.
A three-game winning streak came to an end at Heritage as the Lady Ramblers fell behind by 12 points after one quarter and never made up the difference in a 60-40 loss.
Yancy had nine points in the loss for Lafayette. Estus had seven points, six rebounds and a pair of steals. Johnson had seven points and three steals. Barber and Grace Hamilton each finished with five points, while Barber picked up seven rebounds. Lafayette also had a solid night from at the charity stripe, connecting on 11-of-15 attempts.
Lafayette got 17 points and 15 rebounds from Barber in a 50-43 win over Trion on Saturday. Wilson had nine points. Ashton Stalling had seven points, while Howell had seven points and six boards.
Yancy and Estus had four points apiece with Estus collecting five rebounds. Johnson and Hailey Bryant had one point each in the win.