Senior Marcus Black, a West Virginia Wesleyan commit, and junior Caden McClanahan will each compete in the mile, with Black also in two-mile.
"In the two-mile, (Marcus is) definitely top three and in the mile, that's going to be a pretty fun race," Irish Coach Scott Welch said. "I would think he and Caden McClanahan both are sitting in the top six."
In addition to McClanahan and Black, Phillip Mallory (300 hurdles) and Ryan Edwards (100) will compete individually.
After suffering a hamstring injury this season, senior Sam Revercomb, a University of Cincinnati soccer commit, will look to make a return to Catholic's second-ranked 4x200 relay.
"Based on what I've been told, he's gotten the green light to get out and try it this week," Welch said of Revercomb, "and so, we're hoping he can run the 4x200, anchor that race, and if so, that puts them immediately in the position of winning."
The Irish boys qualified each of their relays with the exception of shuttle hurdles, as did the fifth-ranked Catholic girls.
"We got all of our relays in, which I believe can all score," Welch said. "We have to make a decision on some personnel and decide who's going to be running what."
As in the boys standings, Williamstown and Doddridge lead the way. Williamstown is the defending champ and enters as the favorite, with Doddridge listed second.
Junior Quincy McKown and freshmen Payton Mullen and Peyton Keener each rank in the state's top 10 for both the 800 and 1600 and will threaten for All-State honors as all chase heralded Maggie Drazba of St. Marys. Drazba, a senior West Virginia University commit, is a three-time winner in the 800 and 1600 and two-time defending champ in the 3200. She is the current State Meet record holder in all three events.
In addition, other girls competing individually for the Irish include Catherine Casingal (pole vault, 100) Gina Marks (shot put) and Annie Crockett (3200).
Buffalo's girls will be led by sophomore sprinter Brianne Cantley, who will compete in the 100 and 200. Buffalo also qualified its 4x100 and 4x200 relays.
At Valley Fayette, Abigale Buchan will compete in the 100, 200, high jump and long jump.
For the Fayetteville boys, Jonathan Gore will compete in the 100, 200 and long jump, with teammate Tracey Lovins in the 100, 200 and 400.