T.C. Williams and Marshall continued undefeated in football. The Titans three remaining games are against teams with just five victories and a 10-0 season seems likely. Marshall's three remaining games are against teams that have won 15 times. District tennis and cross country championships were decided. Football

T.C. Williams (7-0, 3-0 in district) took a major step towards its sixth consecutive Northern District title, defeating Robinson, 21-7. Lydell Scott, the region's leading rusher, gained 138 yards. The Titans' defense limited the Rams' standout running back, Mike Johnson, to 79 yards.

West Potomac took the lead in the Gunston District, beating Mount Vernon for the first time, 33-0. Reggie Ware was excellent on both sides of the line as he scored two touchdowns and led a Wolverines' defense that allowed 76 yards and five first downs.

South Lakes remained in the Great Falls District race defeating Madison, 6-3. Steve Tuller's two 38-yard field goals provided the difference. South Lakes and Madison trail Marshall, which defeated Washington-Lee, 35-0, by one game.

Todd Burnett threw 35 times, completing 19 for 260 yards, as Lake Braddock rallied from a 14-0 deficit to surprise W.T. Woodson, 19-14.

Annandale and Fairfax won to remain atop the Potomac District. Julio Lacayo ran for 109 yards and three touchdowns to lead the Atoms over Wakefield, 34-0. Hayden Codding ran for two scores and threw for another as Fairfax beat Stuart, 21-14. Tennis

Freshman Katie Goltniecks of Fairfax defeated Trish Bales of Chantilly for the Potomac District singles title and teamed up with Katie Sullivan to defeat Bales and Kristin Newill for the doubles title.

Langley's Allegra Milholland successfully defended her Great Falls District title with a 6-3, 6-0 win over Kristina Soderquist of Yorktown. Milholland teamed up with Robyn Evers to defeat Soderquist and Andrea Sutton in the doubles final, 6-1, 6-2.

Defending Northern Region champion Michelle Dodds of W.T. Woodson won the Northern District title and teamed up with Alison Oshinsky for the doubles crown.

Lee's Teri Esterowitz also earned the singles-doubles championships in the Gunston District. Esterowitz defeated teammate Renee Bousselaire in the singles final and the two paired up to defeat Cammy Robinson and Lori Grant of West Potomac.

Each player to reach the district finals gained a berth into the Northern Region individual singles and doubles tourney, which is being played at Wakefield this week. Cross Country

Lake Braddock's boys and girls easily won the Northern District team and individual titles. In the boys competition, Vince Hancock finished first in 15:16 to lead the Bruins to victory with 21 points. West Springfield was second with 53. Kim Desmond won the girls race as the Bruins won with 27 points. W.T. Woodson was second with 56.

West Potomac won the Gunston District team title by one point over Edison, 34-35. Edison's Christopher Schreiner won the individual title. In the girls race, West Potomac scored 23 points and Cynthia Hazel ran 19:13.6 to finish first by three-tenths of a second over teammate Amy Good.

In the Great Falls boys meet, Mayura Bogollagama and Kurt Grunwald of Marshall took the top two spots, and Herndon won the team crown. South Lakes' Anne Evans won the girls meet and Langley placed four in the top 15 to take the team title.

In the Potomac District meet, Chantilly took both the boys and girls team championships. Individual winners were Lance Muniz of Chantilly and Jana Beckman of Annandale.