Mike Green ran for 140 yards and two touchdowns yesterday as seventh-ranked Georgetown Prep clinched its third straight Interstate Athletic Conference title with a 13-3 victory at Bullis.

The Little Hoyas (9-0, 6-0 in the IAC) extended their area-leading win streak to 22 games. They close the season next week against Gonzaga of the Metro Conference. Bullis finished 5-4, 2-4.

Georgetown Prep had a 6-3 halftime lead, scored on its first possession of the third quarter and then held the Bulldogs to seven total yards in the second half.

Green's 22 carries were a personal high this season. He ran for 41 yards in the first half and 99 in the second half, including a 55-yard scoring run in the third quarter.

After quarterback Marc Richards rushed twice for 11 yards to Prep's 45-yard line, Green went up the middle, broke two tackles and dashed to the end zone. Tripp Shreves kicked the extra point.

"I got some great blocking up front, everyone picked up a man," Green said. "The main guy that got in my way was the referee and I finally got around him."

The Little Hoyas gained 179 yards in the second half and 272 overall. Bullis, after gaining 79 yards in the first 24 minutes, managed only seven total yards and one first down (five total) in the second half.

Bulldogs quarterback Colin Kell was seven of 10 for 63 yards in the first half, but only two for five for 15 yards thereafter. Richards was four of 13 for 39 yards overall.

Bullis fumbled two of the first three times it touched the ball. The second fumble, by Andre Kelly, gave the Little Hoyas possession at the Bullis 17.

Green carried three times, including a one-yard scoring run up the middle, to give Georgetown Prep a 6-0 lead. The conversion pass failed.

Late in the first quarter, Kell completed four consecutive passes, including a 31-yarder to Eric Goldberg (four catches, 62 yards), to move the ball to Prep's 19. But the Little Hoyas' Ken Gardner intercepted Kell's next attempt at the 15.

On their next possession, the Bulldogs got to Prep's 20 and settled for a 37-yard field goal by Clayton Simmers. Bullis got no farther than its 38 in the second half.Georgetown Prep (9-0) 6 0 7 0 13 Bullis (5-4) 0 3 0 0 3

GP -- Green 1 run (pass failed)

B -- FG Simmers 37

GP -- Green 55 run (Shreves kick) GONZAGA 28 ST. JOHN'S 8

Chris Brown rushed for 121 yards and two touchdowns and Marty Stanton had four sacks in the Eagles' victory at Catholic University.

Gonzaga (7-3) 6 15 0 7 28 St. John's (5-5) 0 0 0 8 8

G -- Brown 34 run (kick blocked)

G -- Taylor 2 run (Tehaan pass from Lilly)

G -- Brown 2 run (Smith kick)

SJ -- McMahon 54 pass from Mullikin (Mullikin run)

G -- Tait 25 pass from Lilly (Smith kick) ST. STEPHEN'S 33 SIDWELL FRIENDS 14

Gant Randolph rushed for 133 yards and two touchdowns to pace the Saints.

St. Stephen's (5-5) 13 14 6 0 33 Sidwell Friends (2-8) 6 0 0 8 14

SS -- Dyson 35 run (Gardiner kick)

SS -- Dyson 7 run (kick failed)

SF -- Berberfield 12 pass from Ashley (kick blocked)

SS -- Randolph 50 run (Gardiner kick)

SS -- Randolph 1 run (Gardiner kick)

SS -- Peacher 9 run (kick failed)

SF -- Belai 9 pass from Ashley (Berberfield pass from Ashley)

WOODBERRY FOREST 14 EPISCOPAL 3

Frank Edwards returned a punt 49 yards for a touchdown to spark the Tigers to their eighth victory. Woodberry Forest (8-1) 0 0 14 0 14 Episcopal (3-6) 0 3 0 0 3

E -- FG Jennings 26

WF -- Edwards 49 punt return (Coxe kick)

WF -- Middelthon 17 run (Coxe kick) LANDON 29 ST. ALBANS 0

Brian Micklitsch scored on runs of 26 and 16 yards and caught a 22-yard touchdown pass in the Bears' win. Micklitsch finished with 128 yards rushing.

Landon (8-1) 8 7 7 7 29 St. Albans (4-5) 0 0 0 0 0

L -- Lappin 1 run (Micklitsch pass from Taptich)

L -- Micklitsch 22 pass from Lappin (Taptich kick)

L -- Micklitsch 26 run (Taptich kick)

L -- Micklitsch 16 run (Taptich kick)