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The Salina Journal Thursday, May 18,1995 B3 Montana anxious about new job LIFE SPORTS ; By The Associated Press NEW YORK — Joe Montana thinks he will have difficulty criticizing some of his former teammates and opponents when he begins his new job as an NBC-TV studio football commentator in the fall. However, Montana said Wednesday in a conference call, "I think there is a way of being critical but analytical at the - same time." "I will be a reporter and analytical," he said. "I'll try to give ideas that people want to hear ... what players do, what they eat, some of their superstitions. But I . also will be as critical as I 1 can." Montana, the four-time JSjSowl champion quarterback, will ['"begin his television duties on the j pregame show "NFL Live" Sept. 3, i the first Sunday of the season. j His second assignment will be i Sept. 17, when NBC will feature a .] doubleheader involving his two for- j mer teams — the San Francisco ^ 49ers and Kansas City Chiefs. The } Chiefs, with whom Montana spent I the past two seasons, will play the early game, against the Los Angeles Raiders. Then, the 49ers, with whom he played for 14 years, will face the New England Patriots. Montana will work six regular- season Sundays, including two in October, one in November and one in December, plus all four playoff Sundays. "His coming to NBC is the perfect fit," said Dick Ebersol, president of NBC Sports. "He has the insight of the game that no one ever has had. He fits our needs." The job also fits Montana's needs. He said he didn't want a full-time job, freeing him to spend time with his family Montana and d evo t e attention to his Super endorsement deals. He also said he didn't want to be a game-site analyst, like former New York Giants quarterback Phil Simms, who recently joined NBC after a year with ESPN. "It gives me more flexibility to say what I want," Montana said. "I don't have to be in the game for a full three hours. I won't have to be 'on' every time the camera comes on. There's not as much pressure." Youth sports Clinics aimed at heading off problems with youth coaches before they occur >• FROM PAGE Bl participated in the first-level (first year) program, 20 in the second level and seven in the third level. In making the local program mandatory, Clifford said there was a need to reach more coaches with the NYSCA program and to head off problems before they get started, "There were certain things out there that needed to be addressed," Clifford said. "We felt the program would provide coaches with additional training and awareness." Clifford said the program was designed to help coaches in all aspects of coaching, not just game situations. "The actual skills are important," he said, "but how a coach works with children is also very important." First Level coaches were required to sign in on the Official First Level Sport Specific Roster Form; view the Basic Level Certification video and the Sport Specific video (baseball, softball or soccer); successfully complete the First Level Certification Exam; sign the "Problems coaches arc that uric Coaches Code of Ethics and pay a certification fee of $15.00. Second and Third Level coaches also signed roster forms, viewed videos, participated in discussions, completed their respective exams, signed the coaches pledge and paid the certification fee. Clifford said the videos showed coaches how the handle injuries, organize practices, teach new drills and show proper training and eating habits for their players. Although they were able to choose from four different sets of dates in March, April and May, Clifford figures there's still some coaches out there who haven't taken the certification course. They will, if they want to coach this summer. "We're going to sit down and see if we need to schedule some additional clinics," Clifford said. "Some (prospective coaches) may have slipped through the cracks, but we also feel •irh U' not like with the number of dates and times we offered, these people should have set aside the time to attend." Clifford said the majority of the feedback from the coaches attending the clinics has been positive. He said the program also gives his office more authority to enforce the behavior of coaches during the summer season. "Problems with coaches are 1 not uncommon," Clifford said. "Sometimes, people get too wrapped up in the game and forget what's best for the kids.. And it's not just coaches, but the fans as well." Clifford expects the clinics to help remedy . some of those problems and his department is more than happy to help. "The bottom line is this," he said. "If we're asking these people to volunteer all these hours to our programs, we have the responsibility to help them as much as possible." Randi Clifford, SPK official OSU's Rutherford charged for threat By The Associated Press } STILLWATER, Okla. — Former I Oklahoma State basketball star J Randy Rutherford, irate because < his electricity was turned off, ! threatened to blow up a city block, | according to a misdemeanor charge ' filed Wednesday. Rutherford made the threat May j 11 after paying to have the electricity turned back on at his apartment, said Payne County District Attorney ) Paul Anderson. i "Because he is who he is and be! cause of the events (in Oklahoma | City), it'll probably receive more i play," said Anderson, referring to the i bombing of the federal building. "But j we would have filed them regardless." | Anderson said Rutherford is ; charged with threatening to harm ' public employees and destroy public property. He faces up to 30 days in jail or a $100 fine, or both. Rutherford, who is on a U.S. team •that leaves this weekend for a tour . in Europe, plans to turn himself in 'Thursday. The university said he > FROM PAGE B1 Revenue-sharing plan highlights meeting Big winners on this one: Nebras- !ka, Oklahoma, Texas A&M, Col- jorado and Texas. Losers, at least under present circumstances, include Kansas and Kansas State, Iowa iState, Baylor and Missouri. ( On NCAA basketball tournament jmoney, schools will keep the revenue units they earn in the season (they earn them. Revenue from pre- jvious years, under the NCAA's six- year rollover formula, will then go jnto a pool and be shared equally. i In other words, Oklahoma State, Which earned five $42,000 units by getting to the Final Four this past Season, would have gotten a check for $210,000. Clear winners on this one are basketball powers such as Kansas and Missouri, and, recently, Texas. In another concession to basketball powers, revenue from conference telecasts will be shared equally but schools playing non-conference over-the-air network or national cable games will keep 80 percent of the money those games generate. ' In football television, the Big 12 ijvill provide each school a base allotment of $750,000 and then allocate appearance fees for games on ABC 4nd Liberty/Prime Sports. Bowl ijnoney will be split evenly after deducting expenses. The same would be done with a conference football playoff. j Officials admitted discussions at lames became intense. [ "There were items, gate receipt settlement being one ... where schools felt very strongly and made tyieir feelings known," said Texas Tjjch athletic director Bob Bockrath. "Ultimately, there had to be some gtye and take." ^\s much as $40 million in gross Avenue, counting a football playoff, is expected for the Big 12 annually from all sources. ) "It's anticipated there will be a range of maybe $600,000 to $700,000 Between the institution which gets the most and the institution which gets the least," said Bockrath, who cjhaired the revenue distribution committee. "But you have to understand those institutions could change from year to year. And everybody \^ill be making more money than be- tyre." ' Officials postponed action on several issues, including academic eli- g bility and how conference records \\jill be kept. In other action, officials decided apologized to the utilities clerk as soon as he learned of the charge. "I told her I was totally sorry and never intended to do anything to scare her," Rutherford said in a statement released through the university. "Anybody who knows me knows I would never do anything to hurt anyone." Coach Eddie Sutton said he was shocked when police came to his office Wednesday with a warrant. "I'm sick about the whole thing," Sutton said. "Randy made an error in judgment, but anyone who knows Randy knows he's a quality individual who's paying a big price for that error." Rutherford was an All-Big Eight guard last season, when he became the league's all-time 3-point leader. According to an affidavit filed by police Cpl. John Jerkins, Zailette Gee was working in the utility department on May 11 when she was approached by Rutherford, who was upset the electricity in his apartment had been disconnected. to: • Have two divisional champions in men's and women's basketball and award first-round tournament byes to each division champion and the other two schools with the best conference records. • Have a 66-player travel squad limit for road football games, the same as the SWC's and six more than the Big Eight's. • Adopt a 23-game conference softball schedule and have softball in 1996 be the first Big 12 championship. • Send $25,000 to Oklahoma City for victims of the April 19 bombing of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building. BRIEFLY Central disc golf team takes second WICHITA — Salina Central's disc golf team finished second in the team competition recently in the fourth annual High School Disc Golf Championships at Herman Hill Park in Wichita. Central's four-man team had an overall score of 563 — 16 strokes behind state champion Andale High School. Wichita Campus placed third at 567. Chad Garrison of Central had a 36-hole score of 127 to place second in the freshman division and fourth overall. Drew Miller (140) was sixth and Garrett Harris (145) was ninth in the freshman division. Sean Ryan, another Central freshman, shot a 151. Salvation Army sponsors adult basketball league The Salvation Army will be sponsoring an adult men's basketball league this summer. The league will be held Mondays from June 5 through the league tournament on Aug. 21 and 28. The team entry fee of $160.00 is due by May 31 for those interested in participating. For more information, call Tim Goldsberry at 913-823-3441. SPR offers sand volleyball leagues The Salina Parks & Recreation Department will be offering a sand volleyball league from June 5 to Aug. 11 at the Jerry Ivey Park sand courts. Men's, women's and coed leagues will be offered for the free program. For more information, call the SP&R office at 913826-7434. tournament sponsored by Hillsboro Recreation Department ... entry fee $80.00 plus three baseballs ... entry deadline May 29 ... call 316-947-2733 alter 6 p.m. • JUNE 10-11 AT JUNCTION CITY - Youth tournament for 9-10 and 11-12 age divisions sponsored by Junction City Marlins ... entry fee $90.00 ... three-game guarantee ... call Bob Strahley (913-238-3768 after 5:30 p.m.). • JUNE 10-11 AT SALINA - Salina Shootout at Bill Burke Park ... three age groups: 10-under. 11-under and 12-under-... entry fee $105.00... 3-game guarantee ... call Gary Charvat (913-825-5777). • JUNE 24-25 AT SALINA - Sponsored by Salina Noon Klwanis ... 9-10, 11-12 age divisions ... $95.00 entry fee plus four baseballs ... 3-game guarantee ... call Jim Johnson (913-827-1010 or 913-825-7427). BASKETBALL • JUNE 2-4 AT HUTCHINSON - North American Youth Tournament... 5-12 grades for boys and girls ... call Greg Raleigh (316-284-0884). GOLF • MAY 20 AT SALINA - Sixth annual RSVP Benelit tournament at Salina Municipal G.C.... 18, four-person scramble ... $35.00 per person ... 8 a.m. shotgun start ... entries limited to first 100 golfers ... call 913-8233128 or 913-823-5217. • JUNE 10 AT HESSTON - 15th annual Kansas Arthritis Benefit at Hesston Municipal G.C. ... four-person scramble ... 8 a.m. shotgun start... entry fee $50.00 per person ... call Lyle Yost (316-327-4833). RUNNING • MAY 27 AT ST. JOHN - St. John Jubilee Run ... Two-mile, 10K runs ... entry fees $6.00 for 12-under ($10.00 after May 19) and $10.00 for 13-over ($12.00 after May 19) ... call 316-549-6549. SOFTBALL • MAY 27-28 AT HILLSBORO - 16-team double- elimination tournament hosted by Hillsboro Folk Festival ... entry fee $90.00 ... entrey deadline May 24 ... call David Ediger (316-947-3738). • MAY 27-28 AT MARION - Men's Two-Pitch slow- pitch tournamenl ... seven game guarantee ... 12-leam limit ... entry fee $85.00 (hit own softballs) ... entry deadline May 21 ... call Matt Dalke (316-947-3562). • MAY 27-28 AT SALINA - BIG JIM II at East Crawford Complex ... one-pitch tournament ... entry fee $65.00 (hit own sottballs)... call Abbie Weith (913-8270102). • JUNE 3-4 AT CANTON - Third annual Canton Express men's Class D and E double-elimination tournament ... entry fee $85.00 (hit own softballs)... call John Mlddleton (316-628-4526. days) or Dale Wedel (316628-4781). • JUNE 3-4 AT HILLSBORO - 11-12-year-old girls fast-pitch tournament sponsored by Hillsboro Recreation Department... entry fee $70.00 plus two softballs ... call 316-947-2733 after 6 p.m. • JUNE 3-4 AT SALINA - Girls' fast-pitch and slow- pitch tournaments ... entry fee $75.00 ... tour-team round-robins. 10-, 12-, 14-, 16-under fast-pitch; 12-, 14, 16-under slow-pitch ... call Ken Ebert (913-826-9869 or 913-827-3606). • JUNE 10-11 AT MARQUETTE - Girls fast-pitch tournaments ... 16-under. 18-under divisions ... call Rusty Young (913-546-2672 or 913-546-2146). • JUNE 17-18 AT SALINA - ASA youth fast-pitch tournaments sponsored by SP&R ... 16-under, 14-under, 12-under... 10-team limit for each division ... entry deadline June 13 ... call Brian White (913-826-7434). TENNIS • MAY 27-28 AT SALINA - Draw-For-Your-Partner men's tournament at Oakdale Park ... age division 18- over only ... entry fee $20.00 ... entry deadline May 24 ... call Bob Warkentine (913-823-9351). TRACK • MAY 31 AT EMPORIA - Twilight Track and Field Meet at Emporia State's Welch Stadium ... ages 9-18 ... $2.00 per event... 6 p.m. start ... call Mark Stanbrough (316-342-7253 or 316-341-5354). • JUNE 3 AT COLBY - AAU Area 6 meet at Dennen Field ... ages 14-and-under... registration 9 a.m., meet starts at 10 a.m.... call Gary Schultz (913-462-3065). • JUNE 3 AT MINNEAPOLIS - AAU Area 3 meet at Minneapolis High School track ... ages 14-and-under... registration 7:30 a.m., meet starts at 9 a.m. ... call Robert Smith (913-523-4644). SALINA BOWLING REPORT • The Salina Journal weekly bowling report will include the Top 5 scores each week from King Louie All- Slar Lanes (KL) and New Holiday Bowl (NH). Each person's top game and series score will appear only once. The only exception is it a bowler participates at both lanes. The 1995 honor roll, which lists the Top 10 scores for the year, includes both lanes. MAY 8-14 MEN'S GAMES King Louie - 1. Layne McDowell, 268; 2. Mike Bryan, 266; 3. Thorn Huff, 257; 4. (tie) Tu Sayaphouthone. 230; Jon Wiesendanger. 230. New Holiday - 1. (tie) Adam Cunningham. 279; Mike Woods, 279; 3. Ken Keehner. 258; 4. Alan Diehl, 257; 5. Tim Rikoft, 256. MEN'S SERIES King Louie - 1. Thorn Huff, 678; 2. Layne McDowell. 667; 3. Jon Wiesendanger, 661; 4. Mike Bryan, 659; 5. Dan Crablroe, 575. New Holiday - 1. Mike Woods, 724; 2. Rodger Wilson. 716; 3. (tie) Alan Diehl. 707; Adam Cunningham, 707; 5. Dennis Bean. 697. WOMEN'S GAMES King Louie - 1. (tie) Mona Gilmore, 217; Laverne Wallace. 217: 3. Pam Holler. 215; 4. Flora Duer. 205; 5. Eve McDowell, 201. New Holiday - t. (tie) Marilyn Wann, 246; Caroline Piersee. 246; 3. Linda Sherman, 236; 4. Dody Franklin, 235; 5. Bonnie Franklin. 231. WOMEN'S SERIES King Louie - 1. Mona Gilmore, 606; 2. Eve McDowell, 583; 3. Pam Holler. 550; 4. Patty Burns. 549; 5. Flora Duer, 517. New Holiday - 1. Caroline Piersee, 681; 2. Linda Sherman. 666; 3. Marilyn Wann, 652; 4. Dody Fraklin. 598; 5. Kay Jennings, 590. 1995 HONOR ROLL Men's games - 1. (tie) Tim Buchanan (NH), 300; Dave Siemsen (NH), 300; Kent Charlton (NH), 300; Jerry Wiesendanger (NH), 300; Tim Collins (NH). 300; Walt Reddig (KL), 300; Roger Sherman (NH), 300; Alan Diehl (NH). 300; 9. James Sollars (KL), 299; 10. Leo Vishnefske (NH), 298. Men's series - 1. Jerry Wiesendanger (NH). 791;.2. Walt Reddig (KL), 761; 3. Tim Buchanan (NH). 759; 4. Dennis Bean (NH). 752; 5. Rodger Allison (NH), 751; 6. Larry Zurtluh (NH), 748; 7. Vaughn Hofmeier (KL). 747; 8. Kent Charlton, 645; 9. Jerry Wiesendanger (KL). 741; 10. Don Petty (NH). 738. Women's games - 1. (tie) Kathy Kenison (KL), 279; 2. (tie) Deanna Sims (NH), 268; Linda Sherman (NH), 268; 4. (tie) Ann Buchanan (KL), 267; Judy Bohrer (NH), 267; 6. Pam Diehl (NH), 265; 7. Deb Chesney (NH), 259; 8. Ann Arkebauer (KL), 256; 9. Linda Sherman (NH). 257; 10. Sarah Kerr (NH), 256. Women's series - 1. Linda Sherman (NH), 702; 2. Deb Chesney (NH). 695; 3. Caroline Piersee (NH). 681: 4. Pam Diehl (NH). 678; 5. Ann Arkebauer (KL). 673; 6. Kathy Kenison (KL), 657; 7. Marilyn Wann (KL), 655; 8, Phyllis Fuller (KL), 654; 9. Deanna Sims (NH). 641; 10. Judy Bohrer (NH), 639. 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