Two children of Zuill Bailey Sr., former music supervisor for the county school system and current principal at Gar-Field High School, walked off with two music honors each in the same day recently. They each won scholarships and a total of $825 in prize money. Zuill Bailey Jr., 12, won first place and a $500 scholarship for his rendition of Saint Saens' Concerto No. 1 for Cello in the competition sponsored by the Prince William symphony orchestra. Later that day, Zuill took first place and $50 in a Lions Club-sponsored zone competition. Bailey's 14-year-old daughter Allison won a $250 second-place scholarship for her Concerto in D Minor for Violin by Wieniaski and a $25 second place in the Lions Club competition. Both children, who study with members of the National Symphony Orchestra, have been playing since the age of 4, Bailey said, with scaled-down versions of their instruments. Allison wants to major in music and play with a major orchestra, said the father, while young Zuill's ambitions change from music to medicine to movies. "I would be proud of them no matter what they choose to do," Bailey said. The mother of the two winners, Lana Bailey, is a private music teacher and official pianist for the county orchestra.