The W.T. Woodson girls and Lake Braddock boys won Virginia AAA Northern Region swim titles last night at Wakefield Pool.

Woodson's girls won their 11th consecutive regional championship, besting Robinson, 161-130.

Lake Braddock led the boys competition through the first six events until the 100-yard freestlye, in which Woodson's Tyson Lewis finished fourth -- ahead of the Bruins' Mike Majchrowski in 10th place -- to pull the Cavaliers ahead, 118-114. But Lake Braddock regained the lead in the next event, the 500-yard freestyle, and held on to clinch the title.

The Bruins' Mike Riccoboni broke a Northern Virginia record in the 100 backstroke with a time of 53.85. That time bested a 1979 record of 55.16 set by Langley's Mike Fell and won Riccoboni all-America consideration.

Chantilly's Vince Carmosino (100 breaststroke, 58.94 seconds) and Rodney Van Tassel (100 freestyle, 47.04) also qualified for all-America consideration.

Annandale's Bo Bloomer won the diving title with 438.40 points.

In the girls competition, Woodson and Robinson alternated in the lead throughout the meet until two Cavaliers second-place finishes (Kiki Steinberg in the 100 backstroke and Kirsten Kunstel in the 100 breaststroke) scored enough points to insure the victory.

Langley's Melissa Douse qualified for all-America consideration with her victory in the 100 freestyle in 52.69.