High Schools -- In Saturday's Interhigh track championships, Dwight Perrilloux of H.D. Woodson was third in the 100 meters, first in the 400; Dwaine Perrilloux was third in the 1,600. (Published 5/29/90)

Senior Antonio Goodwin of Spingarn dreamed Thursday night he would win the 300-meter intermediate hurdles at yesterday's Interhigh boys track and field championships at Coolidge. Not only did his dream come true, he also ran one of the fastest times in the area this season, 37.92 seconds.

However, Goodwin's performance wasn't enough as Spingarn finished second to H.D. Woodson, 156 1/2 to 106 1/2. Wilson edged Theodore Roosevelt, 59-57, for third.

It was the first time the Interhigh has used electronic timing in a championship meet.

Goodwin also pulled a major upset by winning the 300 intermediate hurdles in 37.92. Coolidge's Corey Wilson finished second in 38.66, with Hugh Weithers of Wilson third in 38.75. However, Goodwin couldn't pull an upset in the 110 hurdles, won by Wilson in 14.89. Goodwin was second in 15.03.

"I have been waiting for it {a 300 intermediate hurdle victory} all year," said Goodwin. "I felt that I couldn't be beaten."

Another upset came in the 100 meters, won by Godfrey Hewlett of H.D. Woodson in 11.02. His victory was made easier when his main rival, William Perry of Ballou, was disqualified after a false start.

"I just wanted to get out of the blocks the best I could and pump my arms the last 30 meters," said Hewlett.

Wilson's Ernest Cooper ended a brilliant Interhigh career by winning the 800 meters in 1:56.03 and the 1,600 in 4:29.37. Cooper received a stiff challenges from Gary Marbley of H.D. Woodson (1:56.21) in the 800 meters.

"It was a good race and all the runners are showing how they can perform," Cooper said after the 1,600. "The guy {Dorsey} from Woodson showed that he wasn't afraid to run."