New Jersey's high school sports governing body will keep its statewide tournaments and individual championships intact.

The New Jersey State Interscholastic Athletic Association had said some events might be discontinued due to a budget shortfall.

But the NJSIAA yesterday adopted a $5.3 million budget for next year that maintains the events.

Executive director Steven Timko said the organization still faces a $638,000 budget shortfall - down from $900,000 after a salary freeze for NJSIAA employee salaries and elimination of some positions.

Board members are asking member schools to approve ticket-price increases that would, in turn, allow the NJSIAA to raise its postseason ticket prices to help address its deficit.

Colleges

* Heisman Trophy winner Ron Dayne said his Rose Bowl rings, a bracelet commemorating his selection as the top player in college football and other items worth more than $140,000 have been stolen. The former University of Wisconsin and NFL running back said his two bowl rings and other jewelry were stolen from his home in a Madison, Wis., suburb in April. Last weekend, an apartment in Madison where Dayne lived with a roommate was also burglarized, costing him the bracelet. The 32-year-old Dayne says he is in the process of a divorce.

* Although he said he is flattered he has been mentioned for NBA coaching jobs, Mike Krzyzewski said he is not leaving Duke.

* Ralph Gray Decker, of Largo, Fla., has pleaded guilty to felony battery for assaulting Ohio State football player Tyler Moeller at a bar last summer.

* Louisville baseball coach Dan McDonnell has been suspended for three games by the NCAA for inappropriate conduct during a loss to St. John's in the Big East Tournament semifinals. McDonnell used foul language during an argument and made contact with at least two umpires.

Pro Basketball

* Michael Jordan will help develop the upcoming "NBA 2K11" video game and will be on its cover.

* As expected, the Toronto Raptors hired veteran NBA coach P.J. Carlesimo as an assistant.

Soccer

* Fabio Capello signed a contract to remain as England's coach until the 2012 European Championship. The agreement removes an escape clause that could have allowed him to leave after the World Cup.

* Officials in Rio de Janeiro said former Brazil striker Adriano is being questioned on his alleged ties to local drug traffickers.

* Brazil goalkeeper Julio Cesar left Brazil's 3-0 victory over Zimbabwe in a World Cup tuneup because of a back injury team doctors said was not serious.

Sport Stops

* The Presidents Cup golf tournament will be played in 2013 at Muirfield Village, the course built by Jack Nicklaus.

* Richard Migliore, known for overcoming terrible injuries as much as for his skill as a jockey, retired after a 30-year career.

* The Baltimore Grand Prix will take place in August 2011 on a 2.4-mile temporary street circuit around the Inner Harbor.

* Two-time Olympic champion Haile Gebrselassie, widely considered one of the greatest distance runners ever, will make his debut in the New York City Marathon on Nov. 7. It also will be his first marathon in the United States.

* Don Maloney, of the Phoenix Coyotes, has been chosen as the NHL's top general manager this season. Maloney edged fellow finalists George McPhee (Washington) and David Poile (Nashville).