Good Counsel's boys won six events and amassed 94 points to win the 11th annual Woodward Relays yesterday at Woodward High School.

Walt Whitman won five events and earned 78 points to win the girls championship.

"We just seemed to take the whole meet in stride," said Mike McLean of Good Counsel.

McLean, along with Dan Gossin and James Fangmeyer, combined for 56 feet, 2 1/2 inches to win the long jump. McLean, Fangmeyer and Mike Weisgerber were victorious in the high jump, totaling 17-2.

The quartet of Larry Rubama, John Moriarty, Greg Hillyard and Jay Eisele ran the shuttle high hurdles in a meet-record 1 minute 1.27 seconds. Moriarty and Eisele anchored last year's team that set a meet record in the 300 intermediate hurdles (2:52.2). this year they won with Pat Crawford and Hillyard, but in a time of 2:58.9.

Whitman's girls won in the 880, high jump, discus, 300 intermediate hurdles and shot put. In the latter, Amy Schwynn and Kathy Evans set a meet record with 67-11, breaking Blair's 1982 record of 66-9. Schynn and Evans also won the discus in 160-1.