HORSE RACING—PANCHO VILLA ($30.80), Frank Lovato Jr. up, beat El Basco by 3� lengths to win the $139,200 Bay Shore Stakes for 3-year-olds at Aqueduct, covering the ?-mile race in 1:22[1/5].
INDOOR SOCCER—The theme of the week seemed to be, "Let's walk all over Wichita." On Tuesday the Wings led 1-0 going into the fourth quarter but lost 3-2 to Eastern Division-leading Baltimore. On Friday, Wichita led 2-1 at the half against Kansas City, but three goals in the third put the Comets over the top. And on Sunday the Wings fell 8-7 in OT to San Diego, the Western Division front-runner. Earlier in the week, San Diego stopped Chicago, again in OT, as Steve Zungul connected at 6:58 of the extra period on a direct free kick awarded when Branko Segota was tripped outside of the box. The next night, the Sting was stung again: Las Vegas's Alan Mayer scored his fourth career shutout, and second of the season, en route to a 4-0 win over Chicago—the Americans' 18th win in 19 games.
SKIING—MARC GIRARDELLI of Luxembourg, the overall World Cup champion, won a record-tying seventh Cup slalom, in Heavenly Valley, Calif.
SWIMMING—TEXAS, with 643 points, won the women's NCAA Division I Swimming and Diving championship in Tuscaloosa, Ala. Second-place Florida finished with 400 points.
TENNIS—MARTINA NAVRATILOVA defeated Helena Sukova 6-3, 7-5, 6-4 to win the $500,000 Virginia Slims Championship in New York City (page 48).
MILEPOSTS—ARRESTED: On drug-and weapon-possession charges, former Yankee first baseman JOE PEPITONE, 44, in Brooklyn.
CHARGED: With rape, sexual battery and assault, football Hall of Famer JIM BROWN, 49, in Los Angeles.
NAMED: As president of the U.S. Olympic Committee, ROBERT H. HELMICK, 48, to replace John B. Kelly Jr., who died on March 2.
RETIRED: As basketball coach at the University of Kentucky, JOE B. HALL, 56, who had a 297-100 record in 13 years at Lexington. His Wildcats were the NCAA champions in 1978.
TRADED: By the New York Giants to the Houston Oilers, for a third-round draft pick, running back BUTCH WOOLFOLK, 25.