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Scott A. Zollinger

Girls Coach

Ohio High School Basketball Coaches Association

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Ohio High School Basketball Coaches Association

P.O. Box 80

Massillon, Ohio,44648

United States

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Girls Varsity Basketball Coach

Lancaster


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Scott Zollinger, left, confers with his defense attorney, Andrew Stevenson, in Fairfield County Common Pleas Court on Tuesday. Rob Hardin / Eagle-Gazette


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Scott Zollinger, left, confers with his defense attorney, Andrew Stevenson, in Fairfield County Common Pleas Court on Tuesday. Rob Hardin / Eagle-Gazette
Scott Zollinger jailed in case related to relationship with player Scott Zollinger, left, confers with his defense attorney, Andrew Stevenson, in Fairfield County Common Pleas Court on Tuesday. Scott Zollinger, left, confers with his defense attorney, Andrew Stevenson, in Fairfield County Common Pleas Court on Tuesday. / Rob Hardin / Eagle-Gazette Scott Zollinger, 47, a former Lancaster High School girls coach, was sentenced on a pair of attempted tampering with evidence charges, both fourth-degree felonies. He was given 17 months in prison on both counts, but those were suspended in favor of the 90 days of jail time and five years of probation. His jail time can be served any time during the next two years. Zollinger was originally indicted on five counts of sexual battery over a relationship with one of his former players, but those charges were dropped in a plea deal last month. He admitted to having contact with one of his players, but he said he had never done anything similar in past 19 years of coaching and teaching. "I did not think there were legal consequences for actions because she was 18 at the time," Zollinger said. "I'm here because I cared too much for someone." Zollinger said he always treated his students and players with respect and never used his position to get any sexual favors. "They were never ever able to prove there were any other students involved," Zollinger said. "Because there weren't any." An investigation into Zollinger began when he inadvertently sent a text message intended for the girl to his entire team in December 2008. The girl was a former student by that point. The original indictment alleged that Zollinger and the student engaged in sexual conduct with a student between August 2007 and May 2008; in two of the counts, she was under 18, the indictment read. Kessler said Zollinger admitted to the sexual contact during an interview. Zollinger said Kessler's version was not accurate and that the illegal contact began after he had helped coach her on the basketball court and with school work, especially mathematics, which Zollinger taught. Zollinger said from her freshman year, the victim had talked about a collegiate career and he helped her after practices with her basketball game and her school work. "In the end my emotions and feelings got the better of me," Zollinger said. "I can't apologize for my feelings." But he did apologize to the victim's family, Lancaster schools, the Lancaster community and the coaching community. Assistant Fairfield County Prosecutor Gregg Marx urged Markus to sentence Zollinger to at least 90 days in prison. Zollinger had former co-workers and a former player say he had been a great colleague and coach and that this was a unique situation. Under the plea agreement, Zollinger will not be required to register as a sex offender. The conditions of his community control also require him to surrender his teaching certificate; not to contact the victim or her parents until June 1, 2013, or after she graduates from college, whichever comes first; not be on school grounds during school hours, practices or games unless his presence is required or related to enrollment in college courses for his studies; and not to have unsupervised intentional contact with any unrelated minor.


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Former Lancaster girls basketball coach Scott Zollinger addresses the Fairfield County Common Pleas Court on Tuesday during his sentencing for two attempted tampering with evidence charges, both fourth-degree felonies. Rob Hardin, Eagle-Gazette


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