A former volunteer assistant softball coach was arrested Monday on allegations she sexually abused students at the high school where she worked.
Madison D. Soper, 22, of Banks High School, in Banks, Oregon, faces charges of using a child in the display of sexually explicit conduct, online sexual corruption of a minor in the first degree, luring a minor, sexual abuse in the second degree and sexual abuse in the third degree.
According to the Washington County Sheriff’s Office, detectives searched Soper’s home near Banks as part of an investigation into ‘an inappropriate relationship between an adult and a minor’.
An honor-roll student during her senior year at Banks High, Soper was an all-state catcher who helped lead her school to the Class 4A title during her prep career.
She also starred on the Northwest Blaze, an all-star regional softball team that placed fourth at the 2015 18-and-and-under Amateur Softball Association national championships.
After high school, she went on to Helena, Montana, where she played softball for Carroll College.