Take a lesson from one of your predecessors in the Almanac of Athletic Cheaters:
"Shoeless" Joe Jackson of the Chicago White Sox,
banned from baseball for life for his role in throwing the 1919 World Series.
When the scandal broke big, legend has it that Shoeless Joe, leaving a Chicago court house (under indictment), came upon a massive throng of teens and pre-teens , waiting and pacing outside, there to see/support/mourn their hero. As Jackson descended the steps, a kid approached him and grabbed him by the arm, saying, "It ain't true, is it, Joe?"
"Yes, kid, I'm afraid it is," Jackson answered.
(Per the Chicago Daily News, "The boys opened a path for the ball player and stood in silence until he passed out of sight. "Well, I'd never have thought it," sighed the lad.)
Okay, yes, Jackson really WAS a great athlete, while you are not, and it seems never were.
But the point is, he had the sack & the integrity to EVENTUALLY man up and ADMIT HE CHEATED.
Do the right thing, Frank, for all the Atzlan kids and Loyola Cubs, that massive throng of teens and pre-teens, waiting and pacing for YOU to descend the steps and TELL THE TRUTH.