LAS VEGAS - One day after setting a world record time in team-roping, Fallon native Jade Corkill responded with a disappointing no time in the final round of National Finals Rodeo.
The no time dropped Corkill and Chad Masters to ninth in the final standings.
Trevor Brazile added two more gold buckles to his collection.
Brazile, from Decatur, Texas, matched the record of seven all-around titles held by Ty Murray and moved into a tie for third on the overall list with 11 gold buckles.
Brazile won his record-tying seventh all-around title with earnings of $346,779. The tie-down and team roper exceeded $300,000 for the record fourth straight year.
Josh Peek of Pueblo, Colo., was second in the all-around with $245,068, and Clint Robinson of Spanish Fork, Utah, was third with $200,021.
In tie-down roping, Brazile won the world championship with $188,343. It was his second gold buckle in three years in the event.