H.D. Woodson set area marks in four races and easily won the D.C. Public Schools boys track and field championship yesterday at Coolidge.
In winning its third straight title and eighth in the last 10 years, Woodson totaled six firsts and five seconds for 166 points. Ballou finished second with 113.
Juniors Eugene Singletary and John O'Brien each won two events, between them getting 40 points. Singletary won the mile in 4:29.6 and Thursday's two-mile in 9:45.7; O'Brien the triple jump in 42-10 and Thursday's long jump in 22-7 1/2.
The Warriors' Lionel Jackson, Terry Moore, Richard Evans and Tommy Woodruff won the 880-yard relay in 1:27.7, topping the area best of 1:29.0 set by Ballou earlier this year.
Woodson sophomore Wayne Sescoe established an area mark in the 880 of 1:56.2, Woodruff in the 220 of 21.5 and the mile relay team in 3:18.0.
Gabel Barmer, a sophomore at Anacostia, was timed in 49.4 in the 440-yard dash; that beat the previous best of 49.7 run by Matthew Weeks of H.D. Woodson.