"We think our schedule prepares us well for the tournament," said Myers. "We still want to work for the top one or two seeds."
Track & Field
The Chambersburg boys and girls are both ranked No. 1 in the unofficial Tri-State Super Seven power rankings, which are simply the results of scoring the area leaderboard like a track meet (10 points for first, eight for second, six for third, four for fourth and two for fifth).
Boys: 1. Chambersburg (126); 2. Jefferson (54); 3. James Buchanan (49); 4. Boonsboro (47); 5. Hedgesville (46); 6. Williamsport (44); 7. Martinsburg (38).
Girls: 1. Chambersburg (141); 2. North Hagerstown (98); 3. Jefferson (87); 4. South Hagerstown (25); 5. Greencastle (24); 6. Smithsburg (22); 7. Mercersburg (20).
* Unbeaten no more: Smithsburg's David Wilson (2:04.9) finished second to teammate Joey Barvir (2:02.7) in the 800 during the Leopards' tri-meet with Williamsport and host South Hagerstown on Wednesday.
It's the first race Wilson has not won his senior year, ending a remarkable streak of 18 straight victories through cross country (11 meets), indoor track (four 3,200s) and outdoor track (one 3,200, two 1,600s).
* South Hagerstown's 31st annual Rebel Relays, which were rained out last week, have been rescheduled for May 6, beginning at 5:30 p.m. at South.
* The Chuck Zonis Invitational will be held Saturday at North Hagerstown, beginning at 10 a.m.
St. Maria Goretti has plans to field a boys and girls team on a varsity level for next season.
Athletic Director David Blenckstone said the Gaels are looking for a head coach and are in the process of putting together a schedule.
For more information, contact Blenckstone at 301-739-4266.
* Assistant sports editor Andrew Mason and staff writers Tim Koelble and Dan Kauffman contributed to this notebook.