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Former Pasco Assistant Wrestling Coach Pleads Innocent to Molestation

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A Franklin County judge has set a June trial for a former assistant coach of the girls' wrestling team at Pasco High School. A Franklin County judge has set a June trial for a former assistant coach of the girls' wrestling team at Pasco High School.

PASCO, WA - A Franklin County judge has set a June trial for a former assistant coach of the girls' wrestling team at Pasco High School.

Sheridan McDonald is accused of third degree child molestation. Prosecutors say McDonald kissed and inappropriately touched a student.

The Pasco School District fired McDonald in January after the student's father reported the alleged conduct.

McDonald remains out of county jail on $10,000 bond. During a brief hearing Tuesday, Superior Court Judge Vic VanderSchoor ordered McDonald not to make any contact with the student.

McDonald, 21, is a four-time Washington state girls wrestling champion. She won her fourth state title in 2011 during her senior year at Kiona-Benton High School.

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