BASKETBALL—BOSTON, leader in NBA Eastern Division standings; ST. LOUIS, leader in Western Division.
BOATING—NAVY, Mid-Atlantic Invitation Dinghy Championship, Annapolis, with 239 points. Runner-up: Princeton, with 223 points.
BOWLING—BUDWEISERS, St. Louis, five-man match championship, Milwaukee. Runner-up: Fal-staffs, St. Louis.
BOXING—ROY HARRIS, Cut and Shoot, Texas, 10-round decision over Alejandro Lavorante, Argentina, heavyweights, San Antonio.
Neal Rivers, 10-round split decision over Al ( Tiger) Williams, middleweights, Las Vegas, Nev.
Art Ramponi, 10-round decision over Jimmy Carter, lightweights, Oakland, Calif.
CROSS-COUNTRY—EMPORIA TEACHERS, Emporia, Kans., NAIA team title, Omaha, Neb. Individual winners: THOMAS O'RIORDAN, Idaho State, in 20:55.6 for four miles.
FIELD TRIALS—GREATFORD CHARLIE (English cocker), owned by Dean Bedford, Fallston, Md., Cocker Spaniel National Championship Stakes, Weldon Spring, Mo. Runner-up: Camino's Red Rocket (English cocker), owned by Clark Gable, Encino, Calif.
FOOTBALL—REDWOOD GIANTS, Larkspur, Calif., 37-14 over Vista Village Merchants, Boise, Idaho, for National Junior Midget Championship in annual Pop Warner Papoose Bowl, Boise, Idaho.
Atlantic County ( N.J.) All-Stars, 13-0 over Belleville (Ill.) Boys Club, in third annual Sand Bowl, Atlantic City, N.J.