AUTO RACING World Road Racing Grand Prix of Argentina -- Jacques Laffite; Grand Prix of Brazil -- Jacques Laffite; Grand Prix of South Africa -- Gilles Vitteneuve; USA (West) Grand Prix -- Gilles Villeneuve; Grand Prix of Spain -- Patrick Depailler; Grand Prix of Belgium -- Jody Scheckter; Grand Prix of Monaco -- Jody Scheckter; Grand Prix of France -- Jean-Pierre Jabouille; Grand Prix of England -- Clay Regazzoni; Grand Prix of Germany -- Alan Jones; Grand Prix of Austria -- Alan Jones; Grand Prix of Holland -- Alan Jones; Grand Prix of Italy -- Jody Scheckter; Grand Prix of Canada -- Alan Jones; USA Grand Prix -- Gilles Villeneuve. Champion Driver -- Jody Scheckter. Constructor Championship -- Ferrari. USAC Ontario 200 -- A. J. Foyt; Texas 200 -- A. J. Foyt; Indianapolis 500 -- Rick Mears; Milwaukee 150 -- A. J. Foyt; Pocono 500 -- A. J. Foyt; Texas 200 -- A. J. Foyt; Milwaukee 200 -- Roger McCluskey. Champion Driver -- A. J. Foyt (winnings: $345,659). CART Phoenix 150 -- Gordon Johncock; Atlanta 125 -- Johnny Rutherford; Atlanta 125 (second race) -- Johnny Rutherford; Indianapolis 500 -- Rick Mears; Trenton 100 -- Bobby Unser; Trenton 100 (second race) -- Bobby Unser; Michigan 125 -- Gordon Johncock; Michigan 125 (second race) -- Bobby Unser; Watkins Glen 150 -- Bobby Unser; Trenton 150 -- Rick Mears; Ontarioi 500 -- Bobby Unser; Michigan 150 -- Bobby Unser; Atlanta 150 -- Rick Mears; Phoenix 150 -- Al Unser. Champion Driver -- Rick Mears (winnings: $408,078). NASCAR Riverside (311.78 Miles) - Darrell Waltrip; Daytona 500 -- Richard Petty; North Carolina 500 -- Bobby Allison; Richmond (216.8 Miles) -- Cale Yarborough; Atlanta 500 -- Buddy Baker; North Wilkesboro 250 -- Bobby Allison; Bristol (266.5 Miles) -- Dale Earnhardt; Darlington 500 -- Darrell Waltrip; Martinsville (262.5 Miles) -- Richard Petty; Alabama 500 -- Bobby Allison; Nashville 250 -- Cale Yarborough; Dover Downs 500 -- Neil Bonnett; Charlotte 600 -- Darrell Waltrip; Texas 400 -- Darrell Waltrip; Riverside 400 -- Bobby Allison; Michigan 400 -- Buddy Baker; Daytona 400 -- Neil Bonnett; Nashville 250 -- Darrell Waltrip; Pocono 500 -- Cale Yarborough; Alabama 500 -- Darrell Waltrip; Michigan 400 -- Richard Petty; Bristol (266.5) -- Darrell Waltrip; Darlington 500 -- David Pearson; Richmond (216.8) -- Bobby Allison; Dover Downs 500 -- Richard Petty; Martinsville (262.5) -- Buddy Baker; Charlotte 500 -- Cale Yarborough; North Wilkesboro 250 -- Benny Parson; North Carolina 500 -- Richard Petty; Atlanta 500 -- Neil Bonnett; Ontario 500 -- Benny Parson. Champion Driver -- Richard Petty (winnings: $531,292). Mid-Atlantic Road-Racing Series Showroom Stock A -- Bob Lower; D.C. Region: Bob Lower. Showroom Stock B -- Don Atwell; D.C. Region: Don Atwell. Showroom Stock C -- Dave Roethel; D.C. Region: Dave Roethel. B Production-- Bill Deily and Greg Waltenbaugh; D.C. Region: Bill Deily and Greg Waltenbaugh. C Production. -- Fred Apgar; D.C. Region: Fred Apgar. D Production -- Ted Hulse; D.C. Region: Ted Hulse. E Production -- Ivy Mellups; D.C. Region: Les Handly. F Production -- Bill Davis; D.C. Region: Bill Davis. G Production -- Robert Kerr; D.C. Region: Robert Kerr. H Production -- Adrian Wolverton; D.C. Region: Adrian Wolverton. A-Sports Racing -- Frank Steiner; D.C. Region: Frank Steiner. C-Sports Racing -- Tom Luce; D.C. Region: Tom Luce. A Sedan -- Tony Di Lorenzo; D.C. Region: Tony Di Lorenzo. B Sedan -- Jim McCracken; D.C. Region: Jim McCracken. C Sedan -- Bill Hagerty; D.C. Region: Bill Hagerty. Formula Atlantic -- Folis Jones; D.C. Region: Folis Jones. Formula Continental -- Walt Stewart; D.C. Region: Walt Stewart. Formula Ford -- Ed Sexton; D.C. Region: Ed Sexton. Formula Vee -- James Oseth; D.C. Region: James Oseth. Area Stock Car Champions Old Dominion Speedway -- Late-Model Sportsman: Bobby Ballentine; Limited Sportsman: Billy Earle; Street Stock: Tony Lowe. Dorsey Speedway -- Sportsman-Modified: Will Dilks; Street Stock: Stacey Schaeffer; Figure Eight: Willis Stafford. BASEBALL World Series -- Pittsburgh Priates def. Baltimore Orioles (4-5, 3-2, 4-8, 6-9, 7-1, 4-0, 4-1). American League East -- Baltimore. American League West -- California. National League East -- Cincinnati. aNational League West -- Pittsburgh. All-Star Game -- National League, 7-6. Leading Batters -- National League: Keith Herandez, St. Louis (.344); American League: Fred Lynn, Boston (.333). Home Runs -- National League: Dave Kingman, Chicago (48); American League: Gorman Thomas, Milwaukee (45). Runs Batted In -- National League: Dave Winfield, San Diego (118); American League: Don Baylor, California (139). Stolen Bases -- National League: Omar Moreno, Pittsburgh (77); American League: Willie Wilson, Kansas City (83). Pitching Victories -- National League: Joe Niekro, Houston (21-11) American League: Mike Flanagan, Baltimore (23-9). Earned-Run Average -- National League: J. R. Richard, Houston (2.71); American League: Ron Guidry, New York (2.78). Strikeouts -- National League: J. R. Richard, Houston (313); American League: Nolan Ryan, California (223); Cy Young Awards -- National League: Bruce Sutter, Chicago; American League: Mike Flanagan, Balitmore. Most Valuable Players -- National League: (lie) Willie Stargell, Pittsburgh, and Keith Hernandez, St. Louis; American League: Don Baylor, California. NCAA Division One -- Fullerton State. NCAA Division Two -- Valdosta State. NCAA Division Three -- Glassboro State. NAIA -- David Lipscomb. Atlantic Coast -- Clemson. Big Eight -- Oklamhoma. Big Ten -- Michagan State. Ivy -- Navy. Metro -- Tulane. Mid-American -- Miami (Ohio). Missouri Valley -- Indiana State. Pacific-10 -- UCLA. Southeastern -- Mississippi. Southern -- The Citadel. Southwest -- Texas. Western -- Brigham Young. Yankee -- Massachusetts. BASKETBALL National Basketbnall Association Seattle SuperSonics def. Washington Bullets (97-99, 92-82, 105-95, 114-112, 97-93); NBA Division Winners -- Philadelphia (Atlantic), Washington (Central), Kansas City (Midwest), Seattle (Pacific). NCAA Division One -- Michigan State (75-64 over Indiana State); DePaul beat Penn, 96-93, for third place. Division Two -- North Alabama. Division Three -- North Park. AIAW -- Large College: Old Dominion; Small College: South Carolina State. National Invitation Tourney -- Indiana. Atlantic Coast Conference (regular season) -- Tie between Duke and North Carolina; Atlantic Coast Conference (tournament) -- North Carolina. Big Eight -- Oklahoma. Big Ten -- Tie between Iowa, Purdue and Michigan State. Ivy -- Penn. Metro (regular season) -- Louisville; Metro (tournament) -- Virginia Tech. Mid-American -- Tie between toledo and Central Michigan. Missouri Valley -- Indiana State. Pacific-10 -- UCLA. Southern -- Appalachian. Southeastern -- Tennessee. Southwest -- Tie between Texas and Arkansas. Western -- Brigham Young. NAIA -- Drury. BOWLING American Bowling Congress Singles -- Rick Peters, Franklin, Ohio: Doubles -- Mike Turnbull and Jack Wilson, Akron, Ohio; All Events -- Bob Basacohi, Detroit; Team -- Hall Liever Trophies, Gary, Ind. Women's International Bowling Congress Singles -- Betty Morris, Stockton, Calif.; Doubles -- Geri Beattie, Dearborn, Mich., and Mary Ann Deptula, Warren, Mich.; All Events -- Betty Morris, Stockton, Calif.; Team -- Alpine Lanes, Euless, Tex. BOXING Heavyweight -- John Tate (WBA; Laryy Holmes (WBC). Light Heavyweight -- Marvin Johnson (WBA); Matthew Saad Muhammad (WBC). Middleweight -- Vito Antuofermo. Welterweight -- Ray Leonard (WBC); Jose Cuevas (WBA). Lightweight -- Ernesto Espana (WBA); Jim Watt (WBA). Featherweight -- Eusebio Pedroza (WBA); Danny Lopez (WBC). Bantamweight -- Jorge Juian (WBA); Lupe Pintor (WBD). Flyweight -- Betulio Gonzalez (WBA); Chan Hee Park (WBC). CROSS COUNTRY NCAA Championships Division One -- Henry Rono, Washington State; team: Texas-El Paso. Division Two -- James Schankel, Cal Poly-San Luis Obispo; team: Cal Poly-San Luis Obispo. Division Three -- Steve Hunt, Boston State; team: North Central. AAU Championships Men -- Alberto Salazar, Greater Boston TC; team: Greater Boston TC. Women -- Margaret Groos, Charlottesville TC; team: Liberty AC (Boston). Others NAIA -- Sam Montoya, Adams State (Colo.); team: Adams State. AIAW -- Division One: Julie Shea, North Carolina State; team, North Carolina State. Division Two: Joan Corbin, Seattle Pacific; team, Air Force Academy; Division Three: Joan Benoit, Bowdoin; team, California State-Hayward. FENCING World Championships Foil -- Alexander Romakov, U.S.S.R.; Epee -- Philippe Riboud, France; Sabre -- Vladimir Nazlimov, U.S.S.R.; Women's Foil -- Cornelia Hanish, West Germany; Team Foil -- U.S.S.R.; Team Epee -- U.S.S.R.; Team Sabre -- U.S.S.R.; Women's Team Foil -- U.S.S.R.. U.S. Championships Foil -- Michael Marx, Portland, Ore.; sabre -- Peter Westbrook, New York City; Epee -- Tim Glass, Houston; Women's Foil -- Jana Angelakis, Boston. NCAA Championships Foil -- Andrew Bonk, Notre Dame; Sabre -- Yuri Rabinovitch, Wayne State; Epee -- Carlo Songini, Cleveland State; Team -- Wayne State. FIELD HOCKEY AIAW Championships -- Division One: California State-Long Beach: Division Two: Southwest Missouri; Division Three; Shippensburg State. FIGURE SKATING World Championships Men -- Vladimir Kovalev, U.S.S.R.; Women -- Linda Fratianne, U.S.; Pairs -- Tai Babilonia and Randy Garner, U.S.; Dance -- Natalia Linichuk and Gennadi Karponosov, U.S.S.R. U.S. Championships Men -- Charles Tickner, Denver FSC; Women -- Linda Fratianne, Los Angeles FSC; Pairs -- Tai Babilonia and Randy Gardner, Los Angeles FSC; Dance -- Stacey Smith and John Summers, Skating Club of Wilmington (Del.). FOOTBALL National Football League NFC Easat Champion -- Dallas. NFC Central Champion -- Tampa Bay. NFC West Champion -- Los Angeles. Playoff Wild-Card Teams -- Philadephia and Chicago. AFC East Champion -- Miami. Afc Central Champion -- Pittsburgh. AFC West Champion -- San Diego. Wild-Card Teams -- Houston and Denver. NCAA Atlantic Coast Conference -- North Carolina State. Big Eight -- Oklahoma. Big Ten -- Ohio State. Ivy -- Yale. Mid-American -- Central Michigan. Pacific-10 -- Southern California. Southeastern -- Alabama. Southern -- Tennessee-Chattanooga. Southwest -- Tie between Texas, Arkansas and Houston. Missouri Valley -- West Texas State. Western -- Brigham Young. Yankee -- Tie between Massachusetts and Boston U. Heisman Trophy Winner -- Charles White, Southern California.Outland Trophy Winner -- Jim Ritcher, North Carolina State. GOLF Men Tucson -- Bruce Lietzke. Phoenix -- Ben Crenshaw. Bing Crosby -- Lon Hinkel. San Diego -- Fuzzy Zoeller. Hawaiian -- Hubert Green. Bob Hope -- John Mahaffey.Los Angeles -- Lanny Wadkins. Inverrary -- Larry Nelson. Citrus -- Bob Byman. Doral -- Mark McCumber. Tournament Players -- Lanny Wadkins. Heritage - Tom Watson. Greensboro -- Ray Floyd. Masters -- Fuzzy Zoeller. Tournament of Champions -- Tom Watson. Houston -- Wayne Levi. New Orleans -- Hubert Green. Byron Nelson -- Tom Watson. Colonial -- Al Geiberger. Memorial -- Tom Watson. Atlanta -- Andy Bean. Kemper -- Jerry McGee. Memphis -- Gil Morgan. U.S. Open -- Hale Irwin. Canadian Open -- Lee Trevino. Western -- Larry Nelson. Milwaukee -- Calvin Peete. Quad Cities -- D. A. Weibring. Philadephia -- Lou Graham. Hartford -- Jerry McGee. PGA-- David Graham. B.C. -- Howard Twitty. Colgate Hall of Fame -- Tom Watson. Anheuser-Busch -- John Fought. Southern -- Ed Fiori. Westchester -- Jack Renner. Buick -- John Fought. Disney -- George Burns-Ben Crenshaw. Pensacola -- Curtis Strange. Pleasant Valley -- Lou Graham. San Antonio -- Lou Graham. Tallahassee -- Chi Chi Rodriguez. British Open -- Severiano Ballesteros. World Series -- Lon Hinkle. Top Money Winner -- Tom Watson ($462,636). Ryder Cup -- U.S. 17, Great Britain-Europe 11. U.S. Amateur -- Mark O'Meare. NCAA -- Gary Hallberg, Wake Forest; team: Ohio State. Middle Atlantic Open -- Paul Ryan, Congressional; Middle Atlantic PGA -- Larry Ringer, Naval Academy; Middle Atlantic Amateur -- Fred Funk, Argyle; Middle Atlantic PGA Seniors -- Claire Emery, Washington; Maryland Open -- Wheeler Stewart, Congressional; Maryland Amateur -- Marty West, Columbia; District Amateur -- Rob Black, Army Navy; Virginia PGA -- Tony DeLuca, Chantilly; Virginia Amateur -- Rob Black, Army Navy; Virginia PGA -- Tony DeLuca, Chantilly; Virginia Amateur -- Steve Smith, Martinsville; Virginia Open -- Steve Smith, Martinsville; Northern Virginia Amateur -- Ken Weakley, Pinecrest; Northern Virginia Team -- Army Navy; Handmacher Cup (Va.) -- Northern Section; Virginia Seniors -- Burr Melvin, Portsmouth; Maryland Seniors -- Ralph Bogart, Chevy Chase; District Seniors -- William Bailey, Army Navy; Free State Seniors -- Bob Morris, Argyle; Middle Atlantic PGA Two-Man -- Mike McGinnis, Holly Hills, Mark Guttenberg, Shannon Green; Middle Atlantic Two-Man -- Jack Willard, Bob Morris, Argyl; Virginias-Carolinas -- Carolinas; Metro Schoolboy -- Webb Heintzelman, Whitman; team: St. John's; Gorin Junior -- Buddy Sass; Middle Atlantic Boys -- Dale Zeglin, Gaithersburg; Middle Atlantic Father-Son -- Jack and Bryan Willard, Argyle. Women Arden -- Amy Alcott. Baltimore -- Pat Mayers. Barth -- Sally Little. Bent Tree -- Sally Little. Birmingham -- Jane Blalock. Coca-cola -- Nancy Lopez. Colgate-Dinah Shore -- Sandra Post. Colgate-European -- Nancy Lopez. Colgate-Far East -- Silvia Bertolaccini. Columbia -- Sally Little. Corning -- Penny Pulz. ERA -- Sandra Post. Golden Lights -- Nancy Lopez. Honda - JoAnne Carner. International -- Nancy Lopez. Kemper -- JoAnna Carner. Lady Citrus -- Jane Blalock. Lady Keystone -- Nancy Lopez. Lady Michelob -- Sandra Post. Lady Stroh -- Vicki Fergon. LPGA -- Donna Young. Mary Kay -- Nancy Lopez. Mayflower -- Hollis Stacy. Mizuno -- Amy Alcott. Orange Blossom -- Jane Blalock. Patty Berg -- Beth Daniel. Ping Team -- Nancy Lopez, Jo Ann Washam. Peter Jackson -- Amy Alcott. Rail -- JoAnn Washam. Sahara -- Nancy Lopez. Sahara Coventry -- Jane Blalock. Sunstar -- Nancy Lopez. U.S. Open -- Jerilyn Britz. Wheeling -- Debbie Massey; WUI -- Judy Rankin. Virginia -- Jane Blalock. Top Money Winner -- Nancy Lopez ($215,987). AIAW -- Kyle O'Brien, Southern Methodist, team: Southern Methodist. WDGA -- Sally Voss, Congressional; Keefer Cup -- Jody Evans. Chevy Chase. WRC Cup -- Ruth Ann Verell, Belle Haven. Carpenter-Williams Cup -- Kathy Ward, Kenwood. Corby Cup -- Beth Carpenter, Columbia. Star Cup -- Kitty Thompson, River Bend. WDGA Seniors -- Mary Lou Conner. Army Navy. Tournament of Champions -- Mary Lou Conner, Army Navy. GYMNASTICS World Championships Men's all-Around -- Alexander Ditiatin, U.S.S.R.; Men's Floor Exercise -- Tie between Kurt Thomas, U.S., and Roland Bruckner, East Germany; Pommel Horse -- Zoltan Magyar, Hungary; Rings -- Alexandrer Iditiatin, U.S.S.R.; Men's Vault -- Alexander Ditiatin, U.S.S.R.; Parallel Bars -- Bart Conner, U.S.; High Bar -- Kurt Thomas, U.s.; Men's Team -- U.s.s.r.; Women's all-Around -- Nelli Kim, U.S.S.R.; Balance Beam -- Vera Cerna, Czechoslovakia; Women's Free Exercise -- Emilia Eberle, Romania; Women's vault -- Dumitrita Turner, Romania; Uneven Bars -- Tie between Ma, China, and Gnauck, East Germany; Women's Team -- Romania. NCAA Championships All-Around -- Kurt Thomas, Indiana State; Floor Exercise -- Mike Wilson, Oklahoma; Pommel Horse -- Mike Burke, Northern Illnois, Rings -- Kirk Mango, Northern Illinois; Vault -- Leslie Moore, Oklahoma; Parellel Bars -- Kurt Thomas, Indiana State; High Bar -- Kurt Thomas, Indiana State; Team -- Nebraska. Division Two -- Team: Illinois-Chicago Circle. AIAW Championships All-Around -- Kolleen Casey, Southwest Missouri State; Floor Exercise -- Marcy Levine, Penn State; Vault -- Barbie Myslak, California State-Fullerton; Balance Beam -- Kolleen Casey, Southwest Missouri State; Uneven Bars -- Barbie Myslak, California State-Fullerton; Team -- California State-Fullerton. Small-College -- All-Around: Beth Johnson, Centenary; Team: Cenentary. HANDBALL U.S. Handball Association Four-Wall Championships Open Singles -- Naty Alvarado, Los Angeles; Open Doubles -- Stuffy Singer, Los Angeles, Mary Decatur, New York; Masters Singles -- Jim McKee, Memphis; Masters Doubles -- Ron Earl and Mary Goffstein, San Francisco; Golden Masters Singles -- Jack Briscoe, St. Louis, Golden Masters Doubles -- Alvis Grant, Dallas, Chuck Harris, Kansas City; Super Masters Doubles -- Lee Shinn, Milwaukie, Ore., Ralph Stapper, Austin, Tex.; Challenger Singles -- Steve King, Garden Grove, Calif. One-Wall Championships Open Singles -- Philip Wohlfarth, New York; Open Doubles -- Howie Eisenberg and Joel Wisotsky, New York; Masters Singles -- Mike Dikman, New York; Masters Doubles -- Artie Reyer and John Fazio, New York; Junior Singles -- Nestor Santiago, New York. HOCKEY National Hockey League -- Stanley Cup: Montreal (beat New York Rangers 1-4, 6-2, 4-1, 4-3, 4-1). NHL Division Winners -- Montreal (Norris), Boston (Adams), New York Islanders (Patrick), Chicago (Smythe). Hart TROPHY (MVP) -- Bryan Trottier, N.Y. Islanders. Conn Smythe Trophy (MVP in Playoffs) -- Bob Gainey, Montreal. Calder Trophy (Rookie) -- Bobby Smith, Minnesota. James Norris Trophy (Defense) -- Denis Potyin, N.Y. Islanders. Art Ross Trophy (Scoring) -- Bryan Trottier, N.Y. Islanders. Vezina Trophy (Goaltending) -- Ken Dryden, Montreal, and Michel Laroque, Montreal. Lady Byng Trophy (Sportsmanship) -- Bob MacMillan, Atlanta. Jack Adams Award (Coach) -- Al Arbour, N.Y. Islanders. Frank J. Selke Trophy (Forward) -- Bob Gainey, Montreal. Lester Patrick Trophy Service to Hockey) -- Bobby Orr. Wold Hockey Association Champion -- Winnipeg. NCAA Division One -- Minnesota. Division Two -- Lowell. HORSE RACING Thoroughbreds Kentucky Derby -- Spectacular Bid. Preakness -- Spectacular Bid. Belmont -- Coastal. American Derby -- Smarton. Arkansas Derby -- Golden Act. Beldame -- Waja. Breeders Futurity -- Gold Stage. Brooklyn -- The Liberal Member. California Derby -- Beau's Eagle. 'Californian-Affirmed. Champagne -- Joaniehs Chief. Coaching Club -- Davona Dale. Flamingo -- Spectacular Bid. Florida Derby -- Spectacular Bid. Futurity -- Rockhill Native. Hawthorne Derby --Architect. Hollywood Gold Cup -- Affirmed. Hollywood Derby -- Flying Paster. Jockey Club Gold Cup -- Spectacular Bid. Man 'o War -- Bowl Game. Matchmaker -- War Fever. Metropolitan -- State Dinner. Monmouth Invitational -- Coastal. Santa Anita Derby -- Flying Paster. Sapling -- Rockhill Native. Selima -- Smart Angle. Suburban -- State Dinner. Sorority -- Love Street. Travers -- General Assembly. Turf Classic - Bowl Game. Washington International -- Bowl Game. Widener -- Jumping Hill. Withers -- Czaravich. Wood -- Instrument Landing. Woodward -- Affirmed. HARNESS RACING Hambletonian -- Legend Hanover. Yonkers -- Chiola Hanover. Kentucky Futirity -- Classical Way. Adios -- Hot Hitter. Cane Pace -- Happy Motoring. Colonial -- Chiola Hanover. Dexter Cup -- Chiola Hanover. Fox Stake Pace -- Storm Damage. Kentucky Pacing Derby -- Niatross. G.M. Levy Pace -- Try Scotch. Little Brown Jug -- Hot Hitter. Meadowlands Pace -- Sonsam. Messenger -- Hot Hitter. Monticello -- Happy Motoring. Roosevelt International -- Doublemeint. Shapior Pace -- Direct Scooter. Stanford Trot -- Lindy's Crown. Woodrow Wilson Pace -- Niatross. Zweig Memorial -- Chiola Hanover. Eclipse Awards Horse of Year -- Affirmed. Two-Year-Old Colt -- Rockhill Native. Three-Year-Old Colt -- Spectacular Bid. Two-Year-Old Filly -- Smart Angle. Three-Year-Old Filly -- Davona Dale. Older Colt, Horse or Gelding -- Affirmed. Older Filly or Mare -- Waya. Sprinter -- Star De Naskra. Turf Horse -- Bowl Game. Steeplechase Horse -- Martie's Anger. Outstanding Trainer -- Laz Barrera.Outstanding Jockey -- Laffit Pincay Jr. Outstnanding Apprentice Jockey -- Cash Asmussen. Outstanding owner -- Harbor View Farm. LACROSSE NCAA Division One -- John Hopkins (15-9 over Maryland in final). NCAA Division Two -- Adelphi (17-12 over Maryland-Baltimore County in final). MARATHON RUNNING Boston Marathon -- Bill Rodgers, 2:09.27; women: Joan Benoit, 2:35.15; New York City Marathon -- Bill Rodgers, 2:11.42; women: Grete Waitz, 2:27.33. Marine Corps Marathon -- Phil Camp, 2:19.35; women: Joanne Martin, 2:58.06. Maryland Marathon -- Jeff Foster, 2:19.26: women: Marilyn Bevans; 2:54.35. George Washington's Birthday Marathon -- Chris Mason, 2:26.41; women: Val Hardin, 3:09.39. Honolulu Marathon -- Dean Matthews, 2:16.12; women: Patti Lyons, 2:40.03.America's Marathon/Chicago -- Dan Coleter, 2:23.30; women: Laura Michelek, 3:15.45. Avon Women's International Marathon -- Joyce Smith, 2:36.27. Nike-Oregon Track Club Marathon -- Tie between Jeff Wells and Tony Sandoval, 2:10.20; women: Jean Benoit, 2:35.41. Fukoka Marathon -- Toshihiko Seko, 2:10.35. MOTORCYCLE RACING U.S. Championships 750 CC -- Richard Schlachter, Old Lyme, Conn.; Lightweight Expert -- Fred Spencer, Shreveport, La.; Superbike Production -- Wes Cooley, Mission Viejo, Calif.; Novice -- Allan Collins, Saratoga, Calif. Motorcross World Championships 125 CC -- Brock Glover, El Cajon, Califo.; 250 CC -- Bob Hannah, Carson City, Nev.; 500 CC -- Darren Laporte, Yucca Valley, Calif.; Supercross -- Bob Hannah, Carson City, Nev.; Trans-U.S.A. -- Kent Howerton, San Antonio. RACQUETBALL U.S. Championships Men's Amateur Open -- Bobby Bolan, Tempe, Ariz.; Men's Pro Open -- Marty Hogan, St. Louis; Women's Amateur Open -- Heather McKay, Toronto; Women's Pro Open -- Karin Walton, San Clemete, Calif. ROWING World Championships Men Four With Coxswain -- East Germany; Single Sculls -- Finland; Double Sculls -- Norway; Pairs Without Coxswain -- East Germany; Paris With Coxswain -- East Germany; Fours Without Coxwain -- East Germany; Quadruple Sculls -- East Germany; Eights -- East Germany; Lightweight Single Sculls -- Bill Belden, Philadelphia; LW Four Without Coxwain -- Great Britain; LW Double Sculls -- Norway; LW Eights -- Spain. Women Four With Coxswain -- U.S.S.R.; Double Sculls -- East Germany; Pairs Without Coxswain -- East Germany; Single Sculls -- Romania; Quadruple Sculls -- East Germany; Eights -- U.S.S.R. U.S. Championships Men Elite Lightweight Single Sculls -- Bill Belden, NYAC; Elite Pairs Without Coxswain -- David Fellows and Rich Cashin, Harvard 'A'; Elite Single Sculls -- Greg Stone, Harvard; Elite Four With Coxswain -- Harvard; Elite Four Without Coxswain -- Penn 'A'; Elite Lightweight Eights -- U.S. Light Camp; Elite Double Sculls -- Bill Belden and Jim Dietz, NYAC; Elite Paris with Coxwain -- tom Woodman and Phil Stekl, Penn 'A'; Elite Lightweight Double Sculls -- Bill Belden and Larry Klacatsky, NYAC; Elite Light Four Without Coxswain -- St. Catharines; Elite Light Pair Without Coxswain -- Union; Elite Quadruples Without Coxswain -- NYAC; Elite Eights -- Penn 'A'. Women Elite Single Sculls -- Judy Geer, Dartmouth Rowing Club; Elite Quadruple Sculls -- Victoria City RC; Elite Pair Without Coxswain -- Eastern Development Camp (Peggy McCarthy and Carrie Graves); Collegiate Eights -- Yale; Elite Four With Coxswain -- Vesper Boat Club; Elite Double Sculls -- Judy Geer and Jan Palchikoff, Darthmouth/UMass; Elite Eights -- Burnaby Boat Club. Intercollegiate Rowing Associaion -- Brown. Eastern Sprints -- Yale. SKIING NCAA Championships Slalom -- Per Nicolaysen, Utah; Giant Slalom -- Chris Mikell, Vermont; Cross Country -- Sven Arne Olsen, Utah; Jumping -- Robere Holden, Vermont; Team -- Colorado. AIAW Championships Slalom -- Fran Malindzak, Northern Michigan; Giant Slalom -- Sara McNealus, Middlebury; Cross Country -- Britta Kjellstrand, Alaska-Anchorage; Cross-Country Relay -- Alaska-Anchorage; Team -- Middlebury. World Cup Men's Downhill -- Peter Mueller, Switzerland; Men's Slalom -- Ingemar Stenmark, Sweden; Men's Giant Slalom -- Ingemar Stenmark, Sweden; Men's Overall -- Peter Luescher, Switzerland; Women's Downhill -- Annemarle Moser-Proell, Austira; Women's Slalom -- Regina Sackl, Austria; Women's Giant Slalom -- Christa Kinshofer, West Germany; Women's Overall -- Annemarle Moser-Proell, Austria. Nation's Cup -- Austria. SOCCER North American Soccer League -- Vancouver. NCAA Division One -- Southern Illinois-Edwardsville. NCAA Division Two -- Alabama A&M. NCAA Division Three -- Babson. SPEED SKATING Men's World Championships 500 Meters -- Eric Heiden, Madison, Wis.; 1,500 -- Eric Heiden, Madison, Wic.; 5,000 -- Eric Heiden, Madison, Wis.; 10,000 -- Eric Heiden, Madison, Wis.; Overall -- Eric Heiden, Madison, Wis. Women's World Championships 500 Meters -- Beth Heiden , Madison, Wis.; 1,000 -- Beth Heiden, Madison, Wis.; 3,000 -- Beth Heiden, Madison, Wis.; Overall -- Beth Heiden, Madison, wis. U.S. Championships Men's Outdoors -- Erik Henriksen, Champaign, Ill.; Men's Indoors -- Bill Lanigan, Teaneck, N.Y.; Women's Outdoors -- Gretchen Byrne, Syracuse, N..; Women's Indoors -- Patti Lyman, Boulder, Colo. North American Championships Men's Outdoors -- Erik Henriksen, Champaign, Ill.; Men's Indoors -- Gaetan Boucher, St. Foy, Quebec; Women's Outdoors -- Pat Durnin, Winnipeg, Manitoba; Women's Indoors -- Kathy Turnbull, Saskatchewan. SQUASH RACQUETS U.S. National Singles -- Men: Mario Sanchez, Mexico. Women: Heather McKay, Toronto. North American Open Singles -- Sharif Kahn, Toronto. U.S. versus Canada -- Singles (Lapham Cup): Canada, 11-4; Doubles (Grant Trophy): U.S. 5-2. U.S. National Doubles -- Men: Thomas Page and Gilbert Mateer, Philadelphia; Women: Terry Thesiers and Joyce Davenport, philadelphia; Men's Intercollegiate -- Edward Edwards, Pennsylvania. Women's Intercollegiate -- Gail Ramsay, Penn State. STEEPLECHASE Virginia Timber Horse of Year -- Estremadura. Maryland Timber Horse of Year -- Dosdi. Seven Corners Challenge Trophy -- High Peak and Charles Owens.First Colony Challenge Trophy -- Cultivating and Charles Owens. Ruhsam Memorial Challenge Trophy -- Peter Winants. Virginia Gentleman Rider of Year -- Randy Waterman. Virginia Woman Rider of Year -- Patti Cassell. National Steeplechase and Hunt Association Rider Champion -- Tom Skiffington. Eclipse Award -- Martie's Anger. SWIMMING NCAA Championships 50-yard Freestyle -- Rowdy Gaines, Auburn, 19.99; 100-yard Freestyle -- Andy Coan, Tennessee, 43.42; 200-Yard Freestyle -- Andy Coan, Tennessee, 1:35.62; 500-Yard Freestyle -- Brian Goodell, UCLA, 4:16.43; 1,650-Yard Freestyle -- Brian Goodell, UCLA, 14:54.13; 100-Yard Butterfly -- Par Arvidsson, California, 47.46; 200-Yard Butterfly -- Par Arvidson, California, 1:45.53; 100-Yard Backstroke -- Carlos berrocal, Alabama, 49.71; 200-Yard Backstroke -- Peter Rocca, California, 1:46.21; 100-Yard Breaststroke -- Graham Smith, California, 54.91; 200-Yard Breaststroke -- Graham Smith, California, 2:00.37; 200-Yard Individual Medley -- Graham Smith, California, 1:48.44; 400-Yard Indiviual Medley -- Brian Goodell, UCLA, 3:50.80; 400-Yard Freestyle Relay -- Tennessee (Eubuna, Newton, Foreman, Coan), 2:54.74; 800-Yard Freestyle Relay -- Florida (Aubero, Hillencamp, Dickson, Larson), 6:28.01; 400-Yard Medley Relay -- California (Rocca, Smith, Arvidsson, Holmertz), 3:15.22; One-Meter Diving-Greg Louganis, Miami, 513.75 Three-Meter Diving -- Matt Chelich, Michigan, 527.85 points AAU Outdoor Long-Course Men 100-Meter Freestyle -- Rowdy Gaines, Florida Aquatics, 50.79; 200 Freestyle -- Rowdy Gaines, Florida Aquatics, 1:50.57; 400 Freestyle -- Brian Goodell, Mission Viejo Madadores, 3:51.89; 1,500 Freestyle -- Brian Goodell, Mission Viejo Madadores; 100 Breaststroke -- Bill Barrett, Cincinnati Pepsi Marlins, 1:03.98; 200 Breaststroke -- John Simons, De Anza SC, 2:20.98; 100 Butterfly -- Grant Ostlund, Florida Aquatics, 54.80; 200 Butterfly, 800 Freestyle Relay -- Flordia; One-Meter Diving -- Janet Thorburn, Southern Methodist; Three-Meter Diving -- Janet Thorburn, Southern Methodist; Team -- Florida. Small College: Team -- Nevada-Reno.all college AAU Outdoor Long-Course Women 100-Meter Freestyle -- Cynthia Woodhead, Riverside AA, 56.29; 200 Freestyle -- Cynthia Woodhead, Riverside AA, 1:59.36; 400 Freestyle -- Cynthia Woodhead, Riverside AA, 4:09.59; 800 Freestyle -- Kim Linehan, Longhorn Aquatics Club, 8:24.70; 1500 Freestylee -- Kim Linehan, Longhorn Aquatics, Club, 16:04.49; 100 Backstroke -- Linda Jezek, Mission Vieno Nadadores, 1:03.12; 200 Backstroke -- Linda Jezek, Mission Viejo Nadadores, 2:14.27; 100 Breaststroke -- Tori Blazey, Florida Aquatics, 1:12.49; 200 Breatstroke -- Tracy Caulkins, Nashville Aquatics Club, 2:33.88; 100 Butterfly -- Mary Meagher, Lakeside Swimming Club, 1:00.19; 200 Butterfly -- Mary Meagher, 2:07.01; 200 Individual Medley -- Tracy Caulkins, Nashville Aquatics Club, 2:17.44; 400 Individual Medley -- Tracy Caulkins, Nashville Aquatics Club, 4:49.17; 400 Medley Relay -- Longhorn Aquatics Club, 4:17.19; 400 Freestyle Relay -- Pleasant Hill Swimming Club, 3:49.06; 800 Freestyle Relay -- Mission Viejo Nadadores, 8:17.06; One-Meter Diving -- Cynthia Potter (SummersDivers); Three-Meter Diving -- Carrie Finneran, (Ohio State Divers); Tower -- Barb Weinstein (Kimball Divers); Team -- Mission Viejo Nadadores; Combined -- Flordia Aquatics. AIAW Championships Large College -- 50 Yard Freestyle: Sue Hinderaker, Southern California, 23.17; 100 Freestyle: Gail Amundrud, Arizona State; 200 Freestyle -- Gail Amundrud, Arizona State; 500 Freestyle -- Jo Clark, Stanford; 1,650 Freestyle -- Jo Clark, Stanford; 50 Butterfly -- Joan Pennington, Texas; 100 Butterfly -- Joan Pennington, Texas; 200 Butterfly -- Diane Johanningman, Houston; 50 Backstroke -- Linda Jezek, Stanford; 100 Backstroke -- Linda Jezek, Stanford; 200 Backstroke -- Linda Jezek, Stanford; 50 Breaststroke -- Allison Grant, Arizona State; 100 Breaststroke -- Renee Laravie, Florida; 200 Breaststroke -- Debbie Rudd, Southern California; 100 Individual Medley -- Joan Pennington, Texas; 200 Individual Medley -- Joan Pennington, Texas; 400 Individual Medley -- Diane Girard, Texas; 200 Freestyle Relay -- Arizona State; 200 Medley Relay -- Stanford; 400 Freestyle Relay -- Arizona State; 400 Medley Relay -- Stanford; 800 Freestyle Relay -- Florida; One-Meter Diving -- Janet Thorburn, Southern Methodist; Three-Meter Diving -- Janet Thorburn, Southern Methodist; Team -- Florida. Small College: Team -- Nevada-Reno. TENNIS United States Open -- Men: John McEnroe; Women: Tracy Austin; Men's Doubles: John McEnroe, Peter Fleming; Women's Doubles: Betty Stove, Wendy Turnbull. Mixed Doubles: Greer Stevens, Bob Hewitt. Wimbledon -- Men: Bjorn Borg; Women: Marlina Navratilova; Men's Doubles: John McEnroe, Peter Fleming; Women's Doubles: Martina Navratilova, Billy Jean King; Mixed Doubles: Greer Stevens, Bob Hewitt. French Open -- Men: Bjorn Borg; Women: Chris Evert; Men's Doubles: Jean Mayer, Sandy Mayer; Women's Doubles: Wendy Turnbull, Bob Hewitt. Italian Open -- Men: Vitas Gerulaitis; Women: Tracy Austin; Men's Doubles: Peter Fleming, Tomas Smid; Women's Doubles: Betty Stove, Wendy Turnbull. U.S. Clay Courts -- Men: Jimmy Connors; Women: Chris Evert; Men's Doubles: John McEnroe, Jean Mayer; Women's Doubles -- Kathy Jordan, Anne Smith. U.S. Indoors -- Men: Jimmy Connors; Women: Evonne Goolagong; Men's Doubles: Tom Okker, Woitek Fibak; Women's Doubles: Billie Jean King, Martina Navratilova. Davis Cup -- U.S. (beat Italy, 5-0). Wightman Cup -- U.S. (beat Britain, 7-0). World Championship Tennis Finals -- John McEnroe. Colgate Series Points Leader -- Chris Evert. USTA Figures for Tournament Winnings -- John McEnroe, $540,328; Martina Navratilova, $504,248. World Rankings -- Men: 1, Bjorn Borg; 2, Jimmy Connors; 3, John McEnroe; 4, Vitas Gerulaitis; 5, Roscoe Tanner. Women: 1, Martina Navratilova; 2, Chris Evert; 3, Tracy Austin; 4, Evonne Goolagong; 5, Billie Jean King. NCAA Division One -- Kevin Curren, Texas; team: UCLA. NCAA Division Two -- Arjun Fernando, Southern Illinois-Edwards; team: Southern Illinois-Edwards. NCAA Division Three -- Mark Tappan, Redlands; team: Redlands. AIAW -- Large College: Kathy Jordan, Stanford, Team: Southern California; Small College: Phyllis Blackwell, Tennessee-Chattanooga, team: Tennessee-Chattanooga. TRACK AND FIELD NCAA Championships Outdoors -- 100 Meters: Jerome Deal, Texas-El Paso, 10.19; 200 Meters: Greg Foster, UCLA, 20.22; 400 Meters: Kasheef Hassan, Oregon State, 45.18; 800 Meters: Don Paige, Villanova, 1: 46.18; 1,500 Meters: Don Paige, Villanova, 3:39.20; 5,000 Meters: Sydney Maree, Villanova, 13: 20.63; 10,000 Meters: Suleiman Nyambui, Texas-El Paso, 28:01.30; 110-Meter Hurdles: Renaldo Nehemiah, Maryland, 12.91 (wind-aided); 400-Meter Hurdles: James Walker, Auburn, 48.68; 3,000-Meter Steeplechase: Henry Rono, Washington State, 8:17.92; High Jump: Nat Page, Missouri, 7-4 1/2; Long Jump: Larry Myricks, Mississippi College, 26-7 1/4; Pole Vault: Paul Pilla, Arkansas State, 17-4 1/4; Shot Put: Dave Laut, UCLA, 66-11 1/2; Discus: Bradley Cooper, Florida State, 209-9; Javelin: Tom Sinclair, Washington, 261-3; Hammer Throw: Scott Neilson, Washington, 237-3; Triple Jump: Nate Cooper, Villanova, 56-1 1/4; Decathlon: Tito Steiner, Brigham Young, 7,918 points; 400-Meter Relay: Southern California (Williams, Bradford, Sanford, Mullins), 39.35; 1,600-Meter Relay: Louisiana State (Jordan, Coley, Scott, Hill), 3: 04.67; Team Champion: Texas-El Paso; Division Two -- Cal Poly-San Luis Obispo; Division Three -- Slippery Rock State; Acc -- Maryland; Big Eight -- Kansas; Big Ten -- Indiana; ECC -- Delaware; IC4A -- Villanova; Heptagonal -- Pennsylvania; Mason-Dixon; Frostburg State; Pacific-10 -- Oregon; Southeastern -- Auburn; Southern: VMI; Southwest: Texas; Western: Texas-El Paso; Yankee: Boston. Indoors -- 60: Curtis Dickey, Texas A&M, 6.15; 60 Hurdles: Renaldo Nehemiah, Maryland, 6.90; 440: James Walker, Auburn, 48.61; 600: Anthony Tufariello, Villanova, 1:09.41; 880: Evans White, Prairie View A&M, 1:51.90; 1,000: Don Paige, Villanova, 2: 07.27; Mile: Suleiman Nyambui, Texas-El Paso, 3:57.89; Two-Mile: Suleiman Nyambui, Texas-El Paso, 8:37.87; Three-Mile: Mike Musyoki, Texas-El Paso, 13:21.64; High Jump: Jim Pringle, Florida, 7-2 3-4; Long Jump: Larry Myricks, Mississippi College, 25-10 3/4; Pole Vault: Geoff Stiles, Harvard, 17-3; Shot Put: Mark Baughman, Houston, 62-10; Triple Jump: Robert Cannon, Indiana, 54-8 1/4; 35-Pound Weight Throw: Scott Neilson, Washington, 71-5 1/2; Mile Relay: Villanova (Brown, Harbour, Tufariello, Dale), 3: 15.32; Two-Mile Relay, Nebraska (Downes, Duinigan, Fluitt, Poehling), 7:31.3; Distance Medley: Tennessee (Hunter, Balrlow, Hadler, Young), 9:47.1; Team Champion: Villanova. AAU Men's Outdoors 100 Meters -- James Sanford, Tobias Striders, 10.07; 200 -- Dwayne Evans, Unattached, 20.28; 400 -- Willie Smith, Athletic Attic, 45.10; 800 -- James Robinson, Inner City AC, 1:45.9; 1,500 -- Steve Scott, Sub-Four TC, 3:36.4; 3,000 Steeplechase -- Henry Marsh, Athletics West, 8: 23.1; 5,000 -- Matt Centrowitz, Athletic Attic, 13:40.8; 10,000 -- Craig Virgin, St. Louis TC, 27:39.4; Five-Kilometer Walk -- Dan O'Connor, New York AA, 21:46.6; 20-Kilometer Walk -- Neal Pyke, Sequoia SC, 1:27.11; 50-Kilometer Walk -- Marco Evoniuk, Colorado TC, 4: 10.33; 110 Hurdles -- Renaldo Nehemiah, D.C. International, 13.19; 400 Hurdles -- Edwin Moses, Unattached, 47.89; High Jump -- Franklin Jacobs, Athletic Attic, 7-4 3/4; Pole Vault -- Mike Tully, International AA, 18-0 1/2; Long Jump -- Larry Myricks, Athletic Attic, 27-2; Triple Jump -- Ron Livers, Philadelphia Pioneers, 57-7 1/2; Shot Put -- Dave Laut, unattached, 69-3 1/4; Discus -- Mac Wilkins, Athletics West, 231-10; Hammer Throw -- Scott Neilson, unattached, 236-5; Javelin -- Duncan Atwood, Athletics West, 268-7. Team -- Philadelphia Pioneers. AAU Women's Outdoors 100 Meters -- Evelyn Ashford, Maccabi Union TC, 11.01; 200 -- Evelyn Ashford, Maccabi Union TC, 22.07; 400 -- Patricia Jackson, Prairie View A&M, 52.37; 800 -- Essie Kelley, prairie View A&M, 2:02.3; 1,500 -- Francie Larrien, Unattached, 4:06.6; 3,000 -- Francie Larrieu, Unattached, 8:53.8; 10,000 -- Mary Shea, Cardinal Gibbons High School, 32:52.5; 100 Hurdles -- Deby LaPlante, KCBQ TC, 12.86; 400 Hurdles -- Edna Brown, Temple, 57-10; 5,000 Walk -- Sue Brodock, Southern California Roadrunners, 24:09.6; 10,000 Walk -- Sue Brodock, Southern California Roadrunners, 50:32.8; 400 Relay -- Tennessee State TC. 43.68; 1,600 Relay -- Prairie View A&M, 3:32.8; 3,200 Relay -- Oral Roberts TC, 8:31.4; Sprint Medley Relay -- Prairie View A&M, 1: 38.2; High Jump -- Debby Brill, Unattached, 6-4; Long Jump -- Kathy McMillan, Tennessee State TC, 21-3 1/4; Shot Put -- Mauren Seider, San Jose Stars, 62-7 3/4; Discus -- Lynne Winbigler, Oregon TC, 189-5; Javelin -- Kate Schmidt, unattached, 206-1. Team -- Los Angeles Naturite TC. AIAW Championships 100 Meters -- Leleith Hodges, Texas Women's U., 11.8; 200 -- Valerie Brisco, California State-Northridge, 23.61; 400 -- Yolanda Rich -- California State-Los Angeles 52.6; 800 -- Susan Vigil, New Mexico, 2:04.1; 1,500 -- Brenda Webb, Tennessee-Knoxville, 4:17.6; 3,000 -- Brenda Webb, Tennessee-Knoxville, 9:15.8; 5,000 -- Julie Shea, North Carolina State, 16:05.9; 10,000 -- Joan Benoit, Bowdoin, 33:40.7; 100-Meter Hurdles -- Stephanie Hightower, Ohio State, 13.3; 400-Meter Relay -- Arizona State: 800 Medley Relay -- California State-Northridge; Mile Relay -- Morgan State; Two-Mile Relay -- Oregon State; Discus -- Maria Van Pedro, Arizona State; Javelin -- Cathy Sulinski, California State-Hayward; Shot Put -- Kathy Devine, Texas; High Jump -- Louise Ritter, Texas Women's U.; Long Jump -- Jodi Anderson, California State-Northridge; Pentathlon -- Jodi Anderson, California State-Northridge; Team -- California State-Northridge. VOLLEYBALL NCAA Championships UCLA (defeated Southern California in final) AIAW Championships Division One -- Hawaii-Honolulu; Division Two -- Hawaii-Hilo; Division Three -- Azusa Pacific. AAU Championships Men -- Chuck's Steakhouse; Women -- Azlecs; Men's Masters -- Midwest Drum. U.S. Volleyball Association National Championships Men's Open -- Nautilus Pacific, Long Beach, Calif.; Men's Senior -- Vessels Quartermaster, Long Beach, Calif.; Women's Open -- Fireside Mavericks, Los Angeles; Women's Senior -- Fireside Mavericks, Los Angeles. WATER POLO NCAA -- California-Santa Barbara. AAU Men's Outdoors -- Newport Beach, Calif. AAU Men's Indoors -- Pepperdina; AAU Women's Outdoors -- Seal Beach, Calif. AAU Women's Indoors -- Long Beach, Calif. WEIGHTLIFTING AAU Championships 114 Pounds -- Jon Chappell, Penn State BBC, 391 pounds; 123 -- Patrick Omori, Hilo, Hawaii, 446; 132 -- Phil Sanderson, Billings, Mont., 557; 148 -- David Jones, Savannah, Ga., 595; 165 -- Dave Reigle, Savannah, Ga., 634; 181 -- Tim Hirtz, Sports Palace, 700; 198 -- Jim Curry Jr., Sports Palace, 716; 220 -- Kurt Setterberg, Masury, Ohio, 772; 242 -- Mark Cameron, Hyattsville, Md., 849; Super Heavyweight -- Tom Stock, Belleville, Ill. 832. WRESTLING NCAA Division One -- 118 Pounds: Gene Mills, Syracuse; 126: Randy Lewis, Iowa; 134: Darryl Burley, Lehigh; 142: Dan Hicks, Oregon State; 150: Bruce Kinseth, Iowa; 158: Kelly Ward, Iowa State; 167: Mark Churella, Michigan; 177: Mark Lieberman, Lehigh; 190: Eric Wais, Oklahoma State; Heavyweight: Fred Bohna, UCLA; Team: Iowa. Division Two -- Bakersfield State. Division Three -- Trenton State. Atlantic Coast Conference -- North Carolina. World Championships 105.5 Pounds -- Sergei Kornilaev, U.S.S.R.; 114.5 -- Yuji Takata, Japan; 135.5 -- Hideki Tomlyama, Japan; 136.5 -- Ladimir Yumin, U.S.S.R.; 148.5 -- Mikhail Charachura, U.S.S.R.; 163.5 -- Lee Kemp, U.S.; 185.5 -- Istvan Kovacs, Hungary; 198 -- Khashin Ortouev, U.S.S.R.; 220 -- Ilia Mate, U.S.S.R.; Heavyweight -- Salmon Chasimikov, U.S.S.R. YACHTING World Champions Sailing -- Robbie Haynes, San Diego; Finn -- Cam Lewis, Sherborn, Mass.; Star -- Buddy Melges, Zenda, Wis.; Snipe -- Dave Chapin, Springfield, Ill.; Flying Junior -- Steve Klotz, Stanford, Calif.; J3/824 -- Charley Scott, Annapolis, Md.; Lightning -- Glenn Darden, Fort Worth, Tex.; Sunfish -- Dave Chapin, Springfield, Ill.; 505 -- Steve Taylor, New Haven, Conn.; Force Five -- Derrick Fries, Drayton Plains, Mich.; Blue Jay -- Peter Quigley, Larchmont, N.Y.; Windsurfer -- Men: Robbie Naish, Oahu, Hawaii; Women: Nancy Hutchinson, Newport, R.I.; Lido 14 -- Chris Raab, Huntington Beach, Calif.; International One-Design -- Charles Hamlin and Judd Smith, Marblehead, Mass.; Mobjack -- D. Rodney Evans, Lewes, Del. HIGH SCHOOLS Montgomery Baseball -- Peary (AA), Paint Branch (A), Damascus (AB). Basketball -- Blair (AA), Einstein (AB), Sherwood (BC), Whitman (girls AA), Paint Branch (girls A1) Sherwood (girls AB). Cross Country -- Blair (AA), Seneca Valley (A), Churchill (girls AA), Seneca Valley (girls A) Football -- Springbrook (AA), Seneca Valley (A-9), Wheaton (A-5), Sherwood (BC). Soccer -- Whitman (AA), Woodward (A-9), Kennedy (A-5). Swimming -- Blair (East), Churchill (West), Bethesda-Chevy Chase (Central), Springbrook (girls East), Churchill (girls West), Bethesda-Chevy Chase (girls Central). Wrestling -- Northwood (East), Peary (West). Tennis -- Churchill (AA), Bethesda-Chevy Chase (A), Sherwood (ABC), Whitman (girls AA), Bethesda-Chevy Chase (girls A), Woodward (girls ABC). Gymnastics -- Whitman (AA), Richard Montgomery (A), Damascus (BC), girls; no champion declared. Indoor Track -- Peary (AA), Einstein (A), Kennedy (B), Northwood (girls AA), Bethesda-Chevy Chase (girls A), Sherwood (girls B). Outdoor Track -- Peary (AA), Einstein and Wootton (A), Seneca Valley (ABC), Churchill (girls AA), Bethesda-Chevy Chase (girls A), Woodward (girls ABC). Field Hockey -- Churchill (AA). McGruder (A-1), Rockville (A-2), Damascus and Sherwood (BC). Softball -- Wheaton (AA), Rockville (A), Sherwood (BC). Softball -- Wheaton (AA), Rockville (A), Sherwood (BC). Volleyball -- Churchill (AA), Gaithersburg (A-1), Walter Johnson (A-2), Damasus (BC). Golf -- Gaithersburg (North), Wheaton (South), Peary (East), Woodward (West). Prince George's Baseball -- Bowie (AA), Gwynn Park (AB). Basketball -- Bladensburg (AA), Fairmont Heights (AB), Northwestern (girls AA), Surrattsville (girls AB). Cross Country -- High Point (AA), Fairmont Heights (AB), Crossland (girls (AA), Central (girls (AB). Football --Bowie (AA), Surrattsville (AB). Golf -- Bowie. Soccer -- Bowie (AA), Fairmont Heights and Central (AB). Wrestling -- Largo. Tennis -- Bowie (AA), Friendly (AB). Softball -- Bowie (AA), Douglass (AB). Indoor Track -- High Point (AA), Fairmont Heights (AB), Crossland (girls AA), Eleanor Roosevelt (girls AB). Outdoor Track -- Northwestern (AA), Fairmont Heights (AB), Crossland (girls AA), Fairmont Heights (girls AB). Volleyball -- High Point (AA). Surrattsville (AB). Metro Baseball -- De Matha. Basketball -- De Matha. Soccer -- Good Counsel. Track -- Good Counsel. Wrestling -- St. Johns. Football -- Carroll. Cross Country -- Good Counsel. Interstate Baseball -- St. Albans. Basketball -- Georgetown Prep. Cross Country -- St. Albans. Football -- Bulls and St. Albans. Golf -- Episcopal. Soccer -- St. Albans. Swimming -- St. Albans. Track -- St. Albans. Tennis -- Sidwell Friends. Wrestling -- St. Stephen's. Northern Virginia Region Champions Baseball -- Marshall. Basketball -- Mount Vernon (boys), Robinson (girls). Cross Country -- Langley (boys), Fort Hunt (girls). Football -- Mount Vernon. Gymnastics -- Hayfield (boys), W.T.Woodson (girls). Field Hockey -- Hayfield. Soccer -- Jefferson (boys), Robinson (girls). Softball -- Madison. Swimming -- W.T. Woodson. Tennis -- W.T.Woodson (boys), Langley (girls). Indoor Track -- T.C.Williams (boys), Fort Hunt (girls). Indoor Track -- T.C.Williams (boys), Fort Hunt (girls). Outdoor Track -- T.C.Williams (boys), Fort Hunt (girls). Wrestling -- Robinson. Golf -- West Springfield. Interhigh Baseball -- Wilson. Basketball -- Spingarn (boys), H.D. Woodson (girls). Cross Country -- Spingarn (boys), H.D. Woodson (girls). Football -- Eastern (East), Theodore Roosevelt (West), Roosevelt (city titlist). Soccer -- Roosevelt. Softball -- Eastern. Tennis -- Wilson. Swimming -- Cardozo. Indoor Track -- Ballou (boys). Coolidge (girls). Outdoor Track -- Ballou (boys), Coolidge (girls). Volleyball -- Dunbar. Wrestling -- Ballou.