Admiral's Cup -- West Germany's three-vessel team won the 18-nation trophy in the gale-lashed Fastnet Race at Plymouth, England. BASEBALL

AAABA Tournament -- Host Johnstown, Pa., defeated the Reston Raiders, 13-3, before 10,000 in the third round. Scott Toelle and Scott Crosby homered for Reston, which tries to avoid elimination today when it faces defending champion New Orleans at 1:30.

Houston Astros -- A judge in Houston informed attorneys he will throw out a jury verdict awarding $180,000 to a girl severely injured when hit in the head by a foul ball at an Astros game. Under Texas law, in certain circumstances a judge can overrule a civil court jury verdict.

New York Yankees -- Broadcaster Phil Rizzuto underwent a diagnostic heart procedure at St. Luke's Hospital, New York, where he was admitted Sunday, but is expected back at work on the weekend. FOOTBALL

Indianapolis Colts -- Acquired QB Matt Kofler from the Buffalo Bills for an undisclosed draft choice; waived QB Steve Wray.

Cleveland Browns -- Reported DE Elvis Franks out about six weeks after undergoing arthroscopic knee surgery.

Dallas Cowboys -- S Billy Bates, knocked out returning a punt Saturday night against Green Bay, will be kept out of at least the next exhibition with recurrent headaches.

Pittsburgh Steelers -- Waived OT Steve August. COLLEGES

Oklahoma -- NCAA ruled Tim McCalister out of OU's next tournament basketball game for throwing a cup of water at an official in the closing seconds of this year's Midwest Regional final loss to Memphis State.

Arizona State -- Began mandatory drug testing of all athletes, including cheerleaders. East-West Shrine Game -- Ohio State's Earle Bruce and Brigham Young's Lavell Edwards were named head coaches for the 61st renewal of the annual charity football game, Jan. 11 at Stanford.

NCAA Basketball -- Set attendance records last season of 21.4 million for Division I games, 32,056,673 all games; Syracuse set records, 25,870 a game, 388,049 total.