This time the Little League all-star team competed in the Georgia Little League District 1 Tournament, held in Cedartown, and walked away with the title after winning a nail-biter against Rockmart, 8-7.
Chris Frye, manager, said the victory was sweet since it was the hardest fought contest of the tournament for the Cartersville team.
"In the first four games, we'd scored 57 runs to 12 for our opponents," Frye said.
But Rockmart was not intimidated by the Cartersville squad, even when it jumped out to a 3-0 lead in the bottom of the first inning.
The Polk County team answered with two runs in the top of the second, closing to 3-2, only to see Cartersville add two more runs in the bottom of the third for a 5-2 lead.
Rockmart moved to 5-3 in the top of the fourth, then tied things at 5-all in the top of the fifth but found that Cartersville still had enough game to push three runners across home plate for an 8-5 lead in the bottom of the frame.
Rockmart scored two runs in the top of the sixth, closing to 8-7, assisted by a Cartersville error.
Frye said with the tying run sitting on second at that point, he called time to speak to his pitcher.
"We asked Grant Harris to take a deep breath and to just throw strikes," Frye said.
Harris heeded his coaches, tossing three strikes in a row, fanning Rockmart's batter to put out the fire and claim a second championship in four days for most of the members of the team, which had mingled with some Bartow County Recreation Department players last Friday night in winning the Georgia Recreation and Parks Association's 10-and-under title.
Frye said it was a pleasure watching Harris work, adding it has become something of a familiar sight seeing him button down some big wins for his team.
"He's the one who closed out the championship against Cherokee County last week," Frye said.
He said the coaching staff has let Harris work with Jake Cooper in big games.
"Jake Cooper had gone four innings for us but had thrown 78 pitches, his limit, so Grant had to finish the game out," the coach said.
Frye said the team also showed a lot of offensive punch in the tournament and in the championship game.
"Trevor Lawrence got on for us three times last night, including getting hit by a pitch and later scoring the go-ahead run," he said.
The coach said the game winning run was scored by Curtis Wilkes, with Josh Mayo delivering the hit.
Frye said the whole team showed a lot of offensive power throughout the weekend.
"Wilkes drove in a small army for us in this tournament," he said. "Levi Ayers was one for two, with a walk and a hit, and Harris went 2-for-3.
He said other big blows were delivered by Zack Woods, who hit three home runs in the tournament, one of which was a grand slam.
Frye also gave credit to Dax Edwards and John Reed Evans, for playing "a complete baseball game, offensively and defensively" and Jacob Frye and Ayers for getting on base and setting an offensive tone.
He noted Frye and Ayers also combined for a no-hitter Sunday night, the third of the postseason for the team.
Frye said the team will compete in the Georgia Recreation and Parks Association tournament in Augusta next week, then July 17 will represent the district in the Little League state playoffs.
He said the team appears to be playing its best baseball at the right time.
"They've run off eight straight," Frye said. "Hopefully we haven't quite peaked. We're getting help from someone else every day. It's really been a team effort."