BASEBALL

Atlanta Braves -- Announced IF Ken Oberkfell, who became free agent after season ended, agreed to four-year contract. Boston Red Sox -- Rehired pitching coach Bill Fischer, hitting coach Walt Hriniak, first base coach Joe Morgan and third base coach Rene Lachemann. But bullpen coach Tony Torchia has been offered another position in the organization. Oakland A's -- Announced Manager Jackie Moore has been rehired for the 1986 season, along with coaches Wes Stock, Bob Didier and Dave McKay. Clete Boyer retired and hitting instructor Billy Williams is considering retirement. BASKETBALL

Dallas Mavericks -- Waived G Bubba Jennings, G Dennis Nutt and F Eddie Smith. Detroit Pistons -- Signed G Walker Russell, Portland Trail Blazers -- C Caldwell Jones signed. Cut rookies F Perry Young, Virginia Tech, and F Joe Atkinson, Oklahoma State. Sacramento Kings -- Waived F Joe Binion. Seattle SuperSonics -- Waived rookie G Rolando Lamb of Virginia Commonwealth, their No. 3 choice in the draft, free agent G Gene Smith of Georgetown and F Anthony Teachey of Wake Forest. COLLEGES

East Texas State -- Announced retirement of Ernest Hawkins, football coach for past 22 years, at the end of the season, to take an unannounced job in athletic department; his record is 130-89-6. $&% FIELD HOCKEY

John F. Kennedy Memorial -- Two-day tournament involving teams from the Bahamas, Cayman Islands, Canada, Nigeria and United States gets under way today at 8:30 a.m. on the Mall fields south of the Reflecting Pool. ICE HOCKEY

Hartford Whalers -- Announced D Marty Howe, 31, is retiring to pursue a career in private business. Los Angeles Kings -- Acquired RW wing Paul Guay from Philadelphia Flyers for RW Steve Seguin. Toronto Maple Leafs -- Traded C Bill Derlago to Boston Bruins for C Tom Fergus. FOOTBALL

New Orleans Saints -- Put WR Eugene Goodlow (knee) on injured reserve; activated Kenny Duckett. New York Jets -- Activated DB Davlin Mullen. Pittsburgh Steelers -- Activated TE Bennie Cunningham (knee) from injured reserve; waived TE Darrell Nelson. San Diego Chargers -- Activated LB Vince Osby, released LB Craig Bingham. JURISPRUDENCE

A Circuit Court jury in Chicago found Omar Dixon and William Moore, both 16, guilty of murder in the shooting death of nationally recruited high school basketball star Ben Wilson, 17. Wilson, a Parade Magazine all-star and senior at Simeon High School, was shot Nov. 20 during the school lunch hour. Dixon and Moore face 20 to 40 years in prison for the murder charge. The two also were convicted of attempted robbery. LOCAL

National Capital Area Bowling Association -- Will induct former American University coach Joe Zok of Fairfax into its hall of fame tonight at a banquet at the Holiday Inn Convention Center in Silver Spring. Zok, coach at American from 1966-84, is being cited for his work with blind bowlers. OBITUARY

Don Schlundt, the leading scorer in Indiana University basketball history and a member of the Hoosiers' 1953 national championship team, died in Indianapolis. He was 52. Schlundt, a 6-foot-9 center, scored 30 points as the Hoosiers, coached by Branch McCracken, won their second national title with a 69-68 victory over Kansas. TRACK AND FIELD

International Amateur Athletic Federation -- Announced six athletes caught for drug violations were banned from competition for life: women's high jumper Ludmilla Andonova of Bulgaria, women's discus thrower Sdenka Silava of Czechoslovakia, male shot putters Remigius Machura of Czechoslovakia, August Wolf of the United States and Garry Willicky of the United States and male javelin thrower Mayra Vila of Cuba.