For some folks, high school was the highlight of their lives and many dreams of going back and reliving their glory days. Sidney Gilstrap-Portley was bold enough to go for a do-over and ended up in a world of trouble for it.

According to The Dallas Morning News, a then 25-year-old Gilstrap-Portley enrolled at Skyline High School in Dallas in August of 2017 under the fake name Rashun Richardson, claiming to be a 17-year-old homeless Hurricane Harvey evacuee. A few months later, he moved to Hillcrest High and joined the basketball team.

Despite having graduated from North Mesquite High School in 2011, Gilstrap-Portley was able to play several games for Hillcrest and even dated a 14-year-old student. It all came crashing down when one of his former coaches from the school he graduated from recognized him playing in a high school tournament.

Gilstrap-Portley was later arrested and charged with indecency with a child and three counts of tampering with a government record. On Tuesday, he pleads guilty to those charges and was sentenced to 6 years probation for the indecency charge and 5 years probation for the tampering charges. All of the probated sentences will be served concurrently and he must register as a sex offender for 10 years after his probation.

Hope that last run at "glory" was worth it.