• In this April 24, 2008, photo, Freedom High School's John Challis, right,  talks with head coach Steve Wetzel after a game in Freedom, Pa. The former high school baseball coach of the western Pennsylvania boy who made headlines in his courageous efforts to play sports while dying of cancer has been charged by federal authorities with stealing $91,000 from a charity dedicated to terminally ill children. The attorney for 39-year-old Wetzel says his client is remorseful and intends to plead guilty to charges leveled Thursday, Aug. 20, 2015, by federal prosecutors in Pittsburgh. (Matt Freed/Pittsburgh Post-Gazette via AP) MAGS OUT; NO SALES; MONESSEN OUT; KITTANNING OUT; CONNELLSVILLE OUT; GREENSBURG OUT; TARENTUM OUT; NORTH HILLS NEWS RECORD OUT; BUTLER OUT; MANDATORY CREDIT

    Feds: Ex-coach stole $91,000 from charity inspired by player

    PITTSBURGH (AP) — A former high school baseball coach has been charged with stealing $91,000 from a charity for terminally ill children that he founded in the memory of a player who made national headlines in his courageous effort to play sports while dying of cancer.