Wilson senior striker Anthony Webley scored a goal and assisted on one of Nathan Young's two scores as the Tigers beat Bell, 3-0, for the DCIAA boys' soccer title yesterday at the RFK Stadium auxiliary field.

In the girls' final, School Without Walls captured its second straight championship with a 2-0 win over Wilson.

Webley put on a ball-control show, using cuts, turns and even an occasional twirl to keep Bell at bay. The win helped avenge Bell's 7-1 defeat of Wilson in last year's final. Wilson and Bell have combined for 14 of the past 15 DCIAA titles.

Young struck in the seventh minute, knocking in a bending 30-yard pass from Webley. The Tigers made it 2-0 when Webley drilled a blast into the lower left corner and celebrated the score with a forward flip.

Wilson finished 9-7-8, a mark that is somewhat misleading because Webley -- who attends Coolidge but plays for Wilson because Coolidge does not have a soccer team -- only played six games for the Tigers because of club soccer commitments. The Tigers are 6-0 with him in the lineup. Bell, the regular season champion, finished 12-2-1.

"We would have won a lot more games if [Webley] had been able to make more of them," Wilson Coach Francis Ryan said of Webley, who emigrated from Kingston, Jamaica. Webley is now courting offers from both Division I soccer and football teams. He is also an accomplished place kicker, Ryan said.

"We have a lot of talent on this team that can't make it to games because they have other commitments. . . . This season has just been a question of putting it together for a game like this and everybody was here today."

In the girls' game, sophomore midfielder Jessica Hemsley scored in the 15th minute for a 1-0 lead.

"That goal gave us the motivation to play even harder," Hemsley said. "When I scored I think it gave our team a boost, we were a little tense because [Wilson] was playing a lot better than they had before."

The teams had met twice previously, with School Without Walls winning both meetings by a combined 9-1. But throughout the first half and much of the second, Wilson (10-6-1) maintained pressure on the Penguins (11-3-1).

The Penguins put the game out of reach when freshman forward Catherine Gannascoli led an attack that ended with an own goal by Wilson.

Nathan Young, right, heads in the rebound of his own shot to complete Wilson's victory over Melvin Sorto and Bell.Players for School Without Walls celebrate their second consecutive league championship, a 2-0 win over Wilson.