Woodlawn of Baltimore County won the boys team title and Chantilly won the girls crown in the Interhigh Indoor Invitational track meet at the D.C. Armory yesterday.

Woodlawn's boys had 79 points. H.D. Woodson was second with 42 and Chantilly was third with 4 1/3. Chantilly's girls had 39 1/2 points. Edison was second with 38 and Herndon placed third with 34.

Eleanor Roosevelt finished one-two in the boys 1,000 meters to highlight the early action. Roosevelt's Greg Early won the event in 2 minutes 34.3 seconds. His teammate, Kevin Jones, was second in 2:41.3.

Early took the lead and pulled away from the field while entering the fourth lap. Even though Early and Jones had no problems with the field yesterday, neither was pleased with his performance.

"I went out too slow and had to make up too much ground," said Early, who made the All-Met cross country team in the fall.

"I decided to take the lead when I heard the quarter split was 61 {seconds}," said Early.

Said Jones: "The back stretch was the worst part of my race. I really have to work on that."

Dwayne Stevenson of Oxon Hill was third in the 1,000 in 2:42.2.

H.D. Woodson came into yesterday's meet with the reputation for having the fastest time in the country in the boys 800-meter relay (1:29.5). However, yesterday the Warriors were upset by both Woodlawn and Chantilly.

Woodlawn won the event in a time of 1:36.76. Chantilly was second in 1:38.28 and H.D. Woodson was third in 1:38.9. The Warriors had problems with the curves on the track and their baton passes.

"The surface of this floor isn't good," said Martin Walker, who ran the anchor leg for H.D. Woodson. "The time was okay on this kind of floor. However, we can do much better."

Edison won the girls 800-meter relay in 1:52.11. Oxon Hill was second in 1:52.7 and DuVal was third in 1:55.6.

Greg Yahn of Gonzaga, the Metro Conference cross country champion, won the boys 3,200 meters in 10:01.56. Lance Muniz of Chantilly came in second in 10:03.00. Alexa Lange of Herndon won the girls 3,200 meters in 11:18.15. Robin Quinlan of Bowie was second in 11:24.56.

Shauna Clark of Northwestern won the girls 500 meters with a time of 1:20.3. Rhonda Williams of Douglass was second in 1:22.1. Rachel Ward of Chantilly was third in 1:43.6.

Patricia Allen of Edison won the high jump with a leap of 5 feet 2 inches. Amy Tubbs of James Wood was second with 4-10.

Twanna Shields of Northwestern felt some soreness in her injured thigh before the finals of the girls 55-meter dash. Shields, who injured the muscle earlier in the season, was afraid to tell her coach, Mike Roberts, about the soreness.

However, the injury didn't effect her winning the event in 7.2 seconds, edging out Melanie Blackness of Oxon Hill, who also ran a 7.2.

"It is a little sore now," said Shields after the race. "It was sore before the finals but I didn't tell my coach. If he had known it was sore he would have pulled me out."