LAKE OSWEGO -- A volunteer football coach at Lakeridge High School accused of punching a player pleaded guilty to harassment and was sentenced to jail time.
In August, Lake Oswego police arrested Michael James Cole after he allegedly jumped into an altercation between players, punching one players in the face.
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Cole pleaded guilty to harassment Tuesday. An assault charge was dropped.
On Friday, he was sentenced to 72 hours in jail, 24 months probation and 100 hours of community service. He will also have to attend anger management and is not allowed to contact the victim.