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NH dad to write apology after Vt. game

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CANAAN, Vt. (AP) - A New Hampshire father has received a suspended two-week jail sentence and has to submit an apology letter to the local newspaper for yelling at and jabbing his 12-year-old daughter's basketball coach after a game in Vermont.

David Tracy, 46, of Pittsburg, was found guilty last month of disorderly conduct after a 2012 game at the Canaan School on the Vermont-New Hampshire border.

The Burlington Free Press reports Judge Robert Bent ordered Tracy to have an apology letter published in a local weekly newspaper and complete 75 hours of community service.

Tracy's wife, Kimberly, said he plans to appeal his conviction, saying a security video of the incident would help clear her husband. Illuzzi said the state learned about the video after the trial.

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