Churchill won only four events but picked up enough place points to roll to a second straight title yesterday at the Woodward Invitational Relays.
The Bulldogs amassed 66 points. Peary was second with 48 and Gaithersburg, getting 38 points in the field, finished with 44.
Churchill's trio of Ward Wilson, Tony Stott and James Thomas teamed for victories in the long and triple jumps.
Wilson anchored the 880-yard relay in a meet record time of 1:31.9, five-tenths of a second faster than the old mark.
The Churchill quartet of Rich Coffin, Mark Lutterman, Eric Allgier and Junior McDonald led from start to finish in the two-mile relay in a time of 8:09.6.
In the girls' competition, Bethesda Chevy Chase, sparked by the running of Carolyn Hughes, Laurie Douglass, and Joyce Gearhard, won four events and placed second or third in three others to pile up 60 points to win.
Northwood was a distant second with 36 points, followed by Walter Johnson with 32.
Douglass and Hughes teamed with Stacy Brown and Mary Beth Cooney to pick up the first for B-CC in the two-mile. Their time of 9:59.4 broke the meet record by 4.1 seconds.
Hughes, running a 5:59.1 anchor mile, charged from behind to nip Northwood's Ruth Drengwitz at the wire to give her team a victory in the distance medley relay.
The Barons needed another fine effort from Hughes to win the mile relay. Gearhart, Douglass and Laurie Swoff gave Hughes a 12-yard lead to work with but Springbrook's Lisa Munday pulled even with the Barons' anchor runner at the 300-yard mark.
But Hughes turned it on in the final 60 yards and pulled away to win by eight yards.
B-CC also won the shuttle hurdle relay, breaking the meet mark by nearly two seconds.
Bob Charette turned in a 1:57.0 880 anchor leg to fend off Whitman's Frank Humm, Northwood's Chris Engel and Blair's Kent Davenport to give Walter Johnson a victory in the sprint medley.
Charette returned later to run a 49.5 quarter to anchor the Spartan team of Steve Lorenzetti, Leroy Howard and Mike McNamara to a 15-yard victory in the mile relay.
Gaitherburg earned most of its points in the field events thanks to Chris McGorty. The versatile performer threw the shot 49-4 3/4, the discuss 143-5 and high-jumped 6-8 to help his team to victories in those events.
Minutes after losing a personal high jump battle to Woodward's John Grimes, McGorty triple-jumped 42 feet to help Gaithersburg to a second place finish in that event.
Grimes jumped 6-10 and barely missed on three attempts at 7-0.