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PULLMAN, Wash. - Washington State football continued spring practice with a two-hour workout in shorts, helmets and shoulder pads on Rogers Field and in Martin Stadium Tuesday afternoon.
The Cougars worked through their usual practice segments of individual position drills, one-on-one battles, 7-vs-7 and special teams that focused on the punt coverage before closing the day with a team segment.
The offense played well throughout the day, winning a good majority of the one-on-one battles and finding some success in the 7-vs.-7 but the defense did receive a big play from safety Taylor Taliulu who made a leaping interception.
In the team session, quarterback Connor Halliday led the first series and capped the drive with touchdown passes to wide receiver Rickey Galvin in traffic from 15 yards yard and to wideout Dominique Williams on a quick throw. Quarterback Austin Apodaca led the next series and ended the drive with a touchdown toss to wide receiver Isiah Myers from 20 yards out and a 10-yard touchdown pass to Galvin. Running back Theron West ended the day with a touchdown plunge over the right side.
The Cougars continue spring drills Thursday at 3 p.m. on Rogers Field and in Martin Stadium.