FOOTBALL

Cincinnati Bengals -- CB Eric Thomas will miss the 1990 season while recuperating from reconstructive knee surgery.

Canadian Football League -- Regina Roughriders signed QB Tony Rice, who led Notre Dame to a national championship in 1988. Rice, who finished fourth in the Heisman Trophy voting this year, was not among the 20 quarterbacks selected in this year's NFL draft.

HIGH SCHOOLS

West Springfield -- Baseball signings: C Gary Butterworth (second team All-Met, Mississippi State); P-1B Bill Martz (Longwood); 3B Alex Vaxmonski and OF Rob Cassels (Radford); 2B Chris Adams (Virginia); SS Greg Patton (George Washington) and P Sean Ahern (N.C. Wesleyan).

Riverdale Baptist -- Has open dates for boys basketball, Dec. 7 and Feb. 19. Call Wayne Clark, 249-7000.

D.C. Coaches Association -- The organization's all-star football game featuring Interhigh League players will be July 13 at 7:30 p.m. at Eastern High School.

HOCKEY

Chicago Blackhawks -- Announced that Coach Mike Keenan will also assume duties as general manager; Bob Pulford will move to senior vice president. Also, team signed G Dominik Hasek and D Frantisek Kucera.

Detroit Red Wings -- Signed LW Johan Garpenlov (Swedish national team) to a three-year contract.

Edmonton Oilers -- Announced that D Reijo Routsalainen has left to play in Europe.

BASKETBALL

San Antonio Spurs -- Bob Bass, assistant to the chairman, has been selected as NBA executive of the year, The Sporting News said. Runners-up were Jerry West of the Los Angeles Lakers and John Nash, general manager of the Philadelphia 76ers.

Spanish League -- Lithuanian 7-foot-3 C Arvydas Sabonis, 25, who was expected to play for the NBA's Portland Trail Blazers next season, signed a one-year contract extension with Forum Filatelico, financial terms undisclosed. Portland drafted Sabonis in 1986 and holds his NBA rights.

COLLEGES

Maryland -- Tennis coach Bobby Goeltz, who requested a personal leave of absence in March, announced his retirement. Goeltz handled the men's team for 10 years, compiling a 120-73 record, and the women's team for eight (59-64). He said he will pursue coaching in other areas.

BASEBALL

All-American Team -- Catcher Paul Ellis (.360, 29 HR, 83 RBI) was named the 1990 NCAA Division I college baseball player of the year by the American Baseball Coaches Association.

Also on the all-American team: OF Mike Kelly Arizona State; P Aaron Sele, Washington State; P Phil Stidham, Arkansas; P Dan Smith, Creighton; P Stan Spencer, Stanford; 1B Dan Barbara, Long Beach State; 2B Grant Brittain, Western Carolina; SS Tim Costo, Iowa; 3B Greg D'Alexander, Arkansas; OF Anthony Jenkins, The Citadel; OF Dennis McNamara, Central Michigan; OF Tom Nuneviller, West Chester; DH Andy Hartung, Maine; and Mark D'Alesandro, utility player, Illinois.