EUGENE, Ore. -- A former Oakridge High School coach was sentenced to probation and a sexual offender treatment program on Thursday after he plead guilty to two counts of sexual abuse in September.
Larry Dean Boyd was the coach of Oakridge High School's baseball and basketball teams when he was charged for sex crimes involving a female student under the age of 18. He was arrested and charged in June for sexual abuse including unlawful penetration and physical harassment.
The 48-year-old Boyd was sentenced on Thursday, where a Lane County Judge ruled that he must serve a probation sentence and complete a sex offender treatment program. Part of the probation states that Boyd cannot go to Oakridge schools or visit with minors that are outside of his family.
Boyd faces jail time if he fails to comply with the probation requirements.