Superstorm Sandy hasn't prevented local sports teams from going after state titles.
The Arundel girls soccer team continues to roll, while the volleyball team has yet to lose. Meanwhile, teams from Meade and Old Mill are alive for championships.
With state playoff tournaments either underway or about to begin, here's a look at how our local teams are faring.
The Arundel girls secured the county championship with a sweep of Severna Park on Wednesday. The Wildcats have earned the top seed in the Class 4A East regional, and will host either Leonardtown or Meade on Monday. Old Mill, meanwhile, is the 10th seed in the east and will travel to Chesapeake on Friday.
Arundel is the top seed in the Class 4A East region and earned a first round bye. It secured an 8-0 win over North County in the second round and will now play the winner between Broadneck and Leonardtown.
Old Mill was eliminated by North Point, 4-1, while Meade High fell 1-0 in the first round to Severna Park.
In the Class 4A East region, Old Mill earned upset wins over 6th-seeded Meade and 3rd-seeded North County on Wednesday and will now travel to either Glen Burnie or Leonardtown.
The Arundel boys fell in the first round to Chesapeake.
The Arundel girls fell to Severna Park, 4-0 in the Class 4A East region and have been eliminated from the playoffs. Old Mill and Meade each fell to Dulaney in the Class 4A North region and are also done for the season.
The Arundel boys have already secured the top seed in the Class 4A East region and finish with a game at Southern on Friday. Old Mill would secure the second seed with a win and Meade will also reach the playoffs with a victory.