A longtime wrestling coach was sentenced on Friday to six months in prison and five years probation, according to the prosecutor's office.
Keith Matsumoto, 56, was found guilty of third-degree sexual assault after he was accused of molesting a 14-year-old girl during the 2012 Aloha State Games.
Until his sentencing Matsumoto was not allowed to participate in any high school sporting events. If he chooses to be a spectator, he must be with a supervisor.
Matsumoto was facing a maximum of five years in prison.