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North Dakota State University sophomore wrestler Josh Rodriguez will compete at the 2014 Junior Pan American Wrestling Championships.....

     FARGO, N.D. (AP) - North Dakota State University sophomore wrestler Josh Rodriguez will compete at the 2014 Junior Pan American Wrestling Championships.  The event is Friday through Sunday at the Hershey Centre in the Toronto area.
 
     Rodriguez is scheduled to represent the U.S. in both the Greco-Roman and freestyle divisions at 60 kilograms, or 132 pounds. He won a national championship in Greco-Roman and added a fifth-place finish in freestyle at the 2014 FILA Junior Nationals in Las Vegas in April.
 
     Rodriguez is from Guadalupe, California. His NDSU teammate Matt Gray won gold in the 74 kilogram freestyle division and bronze in Greco-Roman at last year's Junior Pan American Championships in Santiago, Chile.

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     MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - The Minnesota Timberwolves have been fielding trade proposals for star forward Kevin Love all week. All that talk has overshadowed the fact that they have the 13th pick in the first round of the NBA draft and three more in the second round on Thursday night.
 
     Whether the Wolves trade Love on or before draft night, they are likely to hold on to their first pick because they believe they will be able to find a solid rotation player at that spot.
 
     Michigan State forward Adreian Payne could be the heir apparent to Love.  UCLA guard Zach LaVine, Michigan State guard Gary Harris, Duke small forward Rodney Hood and Louisiana-Lafayette point guard Elfrid Payton are also among the many options the Wolves will consider at 13.

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     SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (AP) - A man charged with killing the 2-year-old son of Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson in South Dakota last fall is facing charges in a new alleged incident.
 
     Authorities say Joseph Patterson was arrested early Wednesday on charges of kidnapping, aggravated assault, interference with emergency communication and injury to property. A criminal complaint lists a woman as the victim of the allegations. Authorities didn't immediately disclose her relationship to Patterson.
 
     Patterson has been free on $750,000 bond while he awaits an October trial on charges including murder in the death of Tyrese Ruffin in Sioux Falls last October. Patterson was living with Ruffin's mother at the time of the boy's death. Peterson had recently found out that Tyrese was his son.

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     OMAHA, Neb. (AP) - The third and final game of the College World Series is slated for tonight. Virginia evened things up with a 7-2 win over Vanderbilt last night. Had Vandy won last night's game, the series would have been over and the Commodores would have had their first national championship in a men's sports.  The projected starting pitchers are Josh Sborz for Virginia against Carson Fulmer.
 
     The Cavaliers will be playing for the Atlantic Coast Conference's first national title in baseball since Wake Forest in 1955. Vanderbilt will be going for the Southeastern Conference's fourth championship in six years.
 
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     PHILADELPHIA (AP) - The NFL has agreed to remove a cap on concussion-related damages to former players after a judge questioned whether a proposed settlement provided enough money to cover retired players. A revised settlement agreement also eliminates a provision that barred anyone who gets concussion damages from the NFL from suing the NCAA or other amateur football leagues.
 
     U.S. District Judge Anita Brody had denied preliminary approval of the deal in January that set a $675 million cap on damages, because she worried the money could run out sooner than expected.
 


   (Copyright 2014 by The Associated Press.  All Rights Reserved.)

 

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