The Canes improved to 5-1 overall and 2-0 in Region 7-AAA with Tuesday night's shutout victory, which followed a 3-1 win over Dalton on Saturday.
Assistant Cartersville coach Kyle Tucker said the Canes seemed to have more energy when they hit the field Tuesday.
"We hit a lot of balls but they were right at someone against Dalton, and we didn't play with a lot of energy," Tucker said. "They were ready to get after it tonight. We had 18 runs on 18 hits. They played well."
The Canes were led offensively by Tripp Jamieson, with 4 hits; Zach Ross, 3 hits; Connor Justus, 3 hits, and Michael Goss, 2 hits.
Tyler Will, the winning pitcher, fanned 8 and gave up no runs and no hits in his four innings of work. Ty Fowler pitched the final inning and gave up the same goose eggs on the scoreboard for the combined no hitter in the game, shorted by the run rule.
Tucker said a lot of Canes got some game experience on the night.
"It was a lot of hitting and a lot of guys running everywhere. We played 21 players -- every position player got into the game to bat and play."
The Canes scored 3 runs in the first inning, 10 in the second, 1 in the fourth and 4 in the fifth inning.
The Ramblers dropped to 3-5 overall and 1-2 in the region with the loss.
Cartersville returns to the diamond today, when it visits Southeast Whitfield. The game is pegged to start at 5:55 p.m.