But several teams are moving ever closer to claiming them.
Continuing a busy stretch of postseason action, Riverview Park hosted another wave of Dizzy Dean State Tournament action on Sunday in the 6-year-old and 9-year-old divisions.
Although several teams have been eliminated in each division, numerous other squads — including the 9-year-old Rome Rangers — are taking big strides toward potentially winning the title.
The Rangers stayed unbeaten in the tourney by posting two more wins on Sunday.
They opened the day with a 23-18 victory over Acworth, and then knocked off East Cherokee, 15-8.
The Rangers will be back in action today at 3 p.m. against a to-be-determined opponent.
Another local team, the Rome Braves, suffered their first tournament loss on Sunday, falling to East Cherokee, 14-3.
The tournaments, which resumes today at 9 a.m. at Riverview and run through Tuesday’s championship games, opened last week with 16 teams in each bracket.