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Ketter tops in bareback riding

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Joe Ketter was first in bareback riding with 80 points on the second day of the Spokane Interstate Rodeo Saturday at the Spokane Fairgrounds.

Billy Wall was second, three points behind Ketter.

In other second-day results: Brad Goodrich was the fastest in the down roping, finishing in 8.9 seconds; Jaren Whitman’s 3.5 seconds was the fastest in the steer wrestling; Jefferey Willert led the saddle bronc riding with 83 points; Richard Eiguren and Bucky Campbell finished the team roping in 5.1 seconds; Teal Rice was first in the girls barrel racing in 16.53 seconds; and Joe Meling was first in the bull riding with 86 points.

The rodeo concludes today.

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