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Area roundup: Washington State bounced by No. 3 Wisconsin at NCAAs

From staff and wire reports

MADISON, Wisc. – Lauryn Gillis had 12 kills, Lauren Carlini added 33 assists and Haleigh Nelson came up with seven blocks to help No. 3 Wisconsin eliminate No. 25 Washington State in straight sets (25-18, 25-18, 25-17) at the 2016 NCAA Division I Women’s Volleyball Championship second round.

The Cougars end their season at 22-12, tied for the fifth-most wins in WSU history with the 1988 team, and the most wins in a season since 24 in 2002.

Kyra Holt had 12 kills for Washington State. Haley MacDonald had 13 assists and Nicole Rigoni added 12 assists. Alexis Dirige and Tani Stephens had nine digs apiece.

No. 7 Washington 3, Texas A&M C-C 0

Kara Bajema and Crissy Jones had 10 kills apiece and the No. 7 Huskies (26-4) swept Texas A&M Corpus-Christi (25-18, 25-14, 25-14) in their first round matchup at the NCAA tournament in Seattle.

Bailey Tanner had 29 assists and Tia Scambray had 12 digs for Washington, which will face Kentucky (23-7) in the second round on Saturday at 7 p.m.

Rodeo

Pamela Capper finished out of the money in barrel racing but was still third in average after the second round of the 2016 National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas.

Shane Proctor took fourth in bull riding with a score of 85.85 on 2015 Bull of the Year Cross the Wyoming Line out of Summit Pro Rodeo and stands third in average.

Tyson Durfey tied for fifth in tie-down roping and is fifth in average after two rounds.

Riley and Brady Minor took a no time in team roping.

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