HOCKEY

Edmonton Oilers -- Were fined $5,000 by National Hockey League President John Ziegler because of criticism of officials by Glen Sather, the Oilers' president, general manager and coach, after a 5-3 loss in Philadelphia Nov. 14. Detroit Red Wings -- Recalled RW Ray Staszak and LW Bob Probert from affiliate in Glens Falls, N.Y. F Gerard Gallant is out for two to three weeks with a broken jaw. SOCCER

Eight area players were selected to the 1985-86 all-South high school team by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America: forward Curtis Pride, Kennedy; forward Darryl Simpkins, Oakland Mills; forward Steve Kokulis, Churchill; goalkeeper Larry Valentine, Centennial; forward Fernando Mendonca, Woodward; fullback Doug Strong, Andover; midfielder Scott Gilreath, Oakland Mills, and midfielder Mark Dillon, Wootton. BOXING

World Boxing Council -- In Seoul, Jiro Watanabe of Japan knocked out South Korean challenger Yun Sok-han to retain his super-flyweight title. COLLEGES

New Mexico State -- Hired Mike Knoll, an assistant at Miami (Fla.), as head football coach. Cincinnati -- Extended the contract of football Coach Dave Currey through 1991. Lamar -- Named Houston Gamblers assistant coach Ray Alborn, a former Southwest Conference Coach of the Year at Rice, as football coach. Alborn replaces Ken Stephens, who resigned last month.Kansas -- Named assistant coach Bob Valesente as head football coach, replacing Mike Gottfried, who resigned to become coach at Pittsburgh. South Carolina State -- Football Coach Bill Davis resigned.Maryland -- Q Stan Gelbaugh will join the East team in the 40th annual Hula Bowl in Honolulu on Jan. 11.ECAC Division I all-star team -- Named Navy RB Napoleon McCallum and QB Bill Byrne. Temple University's Paul Palmer, of Potomac, Md., was named co-player of year along with Tim Green of Syracuse. Penn State -- Joe Paterno named coach of the year by United Press International. Oklahoma -- Nose tackle Tony Casillas named lineman of the year by UPI. BASKETBALL

Chicago Bulls -- The cast on Michael Jordan's broken left foot will stay on two weeks longer than anticipated, delaying his return to the team until well after the first of the year.