FOOTBALL Green Bay Packers -- OT Ken Ruettgers agreed to a two-year contract, ending a 24-day holdout. Still holding out are QB Don Majkowski, Gs Ron Hallstrom and Rich Moran, NT Jerry Boyarsky and RB Herman Fontenot.

BASKETBALL Cleveland Cavaliers -- Renounced rights to C Tree Rollins, 35.

HOCKEY New York Islanders -- Signed LW Don Maloney for a year. St. Louis Blues -- Signed RW Paul MacLean and LW Dave Lowry to multiyear contracts.

BASEBALL World Amateur all-stars -- Fewer than 5,000 seats have been sold for next Wednesday's game sponsored by the International Baseball Association in Atlanta.

GOLF Virginia Juniors -- Simon Cooke, 17, of Richmond shot a one-under 69 to win the 38th annual championships at Danville Golf Club.

COLLEGES Hampton -- Dennis E. Thomas, 36, became athletic director. Missouri -- PG Travis Ford, who set school freshman records for assists and steals during the 1989-1990 season, said he will not return, citing turmoil in the program and the possibility of NCAA sanctions against it.Atlantic 10 -- Penn State is the preseason women's volleyball favorite. George Washington is picked for third.

LOCALLY Triple Crown Nationals -- Nell's Carryout of Arlington finished fifth at the coed softball tournament in Steamboat Springs, Colo. OF Michelle Battle and SS Kip Davis were named All-Americans. Open Soccer -- Thirty teams are expected to play in the El Mundialito Washington World Cup Open Soccer Tournament, organized by the African American Soccer League, Saturday at the RFK Stadium auxiliary field. Among the awards will be the German Unification Cup. Play will begin at 8 a.m. and continue all day.