The Rams became the first team to win 10 games, they are 10-0, racing to leads of 16-5 after one quarter and 37-10 at halftime before coasting to a 61-27 victory over rival Seminole (4-3) at home on Thursday.
Senior Sarah Taylor, who has committed to South Florida, continued her outstanding play with 17 points and 12 rebounds, while Northwestern signee Morgan Jones also had a big game with 16 points and 12 re-bounds. Peggy Smith was also in double figures for Lake Mary with 10 points.
Raven Hartsfield paced the Fighting Seminoles with 12 points.
The Rams had opened the week with a big 76-57 victory over their biggest rival over the past couple of sea-sons, Lake Howell, on Tuesday as Smith had 17 points and Taylor 11.
Again, it was a fast start by Lake Mary as it led 20-11 after the first eight minutes and 40-28 at intermission. Tynia McKinzie scored a game-high 23 points for the Silver Hawks, while Jessica Colson added 13 points.
Meanwhile, the Patriots stamped themselves as a threat for the SAC and district title with a 58-50 victory over Lyman on Thursday.
Lake Brantley is now 8-1 on the season, with the lone loss coming at the hands of Lake Mary.
Alex Sams (23 points) and Katie King (17 points) led the Patriots against the Greyhounds, who fell to 6-3 despite 18 points from star Morgan Robinson.
Lake Brantley had also opened the week with a blowout victory as the Patriots more than doubled the score on Winter Springs (2-5), 77-35, on Tuesday.
Sams had 27 points in that win, while King had another 17-point effort.
Morgan McClary-Davis led the Wolves with 15 points.
The Greyhounds had set-up their big battle with Lake Brantley by easing past Seminole, 47-29, on Tuesday with Lillian Garvin scoring a game-high 14 points and pulling down 11 rebounds and Robinson also posting a double-double with 11 points and 11 rebounds.
Ashley Salkey was the lone Nole in double figures with 10 points.
The shocker of the week came on Thursday when Oviedo, which is just 3-6 on the season, edged Lake How-ell (7-4), 67-65, with Emone Robinson scoring 22 points and Kellan Register 20 points to offset a game-high 24-point effort from McKinzie.
The Lions were coming off a 57-44 victory over city-rival Hagerty on Tuesday in which Register had 24 points and 11 rebounds. Kristin Sawyer led the Huskies (1-7) with nine points.
In Private School games, Trinity Prep (7-2) put up a strong effort, but dropped a 53-35 decision to unbeaten Florida Air Academy (6-0) in Melbourne on Wednesday.
Felicia Coleman led the Saints with 16 points.
On Thursday, The Master’s Academy evened its record at 3-3, while dropping Lake Mary Prep to .500 (2-2) with a 49-26 victory in which Kelly Frisz had 18 points and Becca Richards 14 points.
Orangewood Christian had no luck in Deltona as the Rams fell behind host Trinity Christian (4-4), 39-11 at halftime, and eventually lost 69-15 to the Eagles. Jackson (eight points), Snodgrass (four points) and Hudson (three points) did the scoring for Orangewood Christian.