Prep coach to resign rather than face criminal charges
PITTSBURGH -- A high school wrestling coach accused of biting a wrestler in the leg has agreed to resign rather than face possible criminal charges, police said.
Mike Marshall bit the Central Cambria High School wrestler at practice on Jan. 21, Cambria Township police officer James McGough said.
"The coach was wrestling with him and bit him in the leg, the upper thigh," McGough said.
The bite caused bruising but did not draw blood, McGough said.
The student, who McGough ...
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