EUGENE, Ore. -- A former Sheldon High School coach pleaded guilty to stealing thousands of dollars from the wrestling club.
Travis Tubbs has already paid back the nearly $3,700. Police said the money will be returned to a fund controlled by the school.
He was also fined $200, sentenced to 10 days in jail and two years of probation.
Court documents show he used the money for boat repairs, fishing licenses, Halloween costumes for his kids and fast food.
He resigned as assistant principal from the Marcola School District.
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