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DESTREHAN, La. -- Four assistant football coaches for Destrehan High School, who were suspended after being charged in connection with hacking into a opponent's website to steal a game plan, were allowed to returned to practice, said an official with the school.

'The status of a fifth assistant coach included in the LHSAA rulings remains a personnel issue, and therefore, no further details can be given,' said Stevie Crovetto, Destrehan public information officer.

School officials didn't release the names of the coaches.

Assistant Destrehan coaches Lance Ledet, Wayne Sentilles, Daniel Laquet, Greg Boyne and Ryan Fournier were all charged by the Lafourche Parish Sheriff's Office, of Larose. Fournier's girlfriend, Emily Guidry, was also charged.

The sheriff's office said each admitted to accessing a website to get the South Lafourche game plan ahead of a game with Destrehan, which won 49-24. Destrehan forfeited game after the hacking scandal was revealed. All six were charged with offenses against intellectual property.

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