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Boys

CLAY BUNKER, Erie wrestling — The Tigers senior capped off a gritty effort at the Region 4 tournament by winning the 152-pound title. Shaking off a knee injury, Bunker recorded an 11-5 victory against Windsor’s Troy Carroll to claim the title. The victory improved Bunker’s season record to 39-0 going into Thursday’s opening matches of the state tournament at the Pepsi Center. The injury proved to not be serious, and Bunker will be one of the favorites at state in the 152-pound division.

Girls

HEATHER SHAVER, Broomfield swimming — The senior turned in a superb effort at the Class 4A state finals, recording a pair of top-five finishes in individual races while also leading the Eagles to a championship in the medley relay. Shaver, who will compete at UNC-Wilmington, placed fifth in the 50 freestyle and third in the breaststroke. In addition to the state title in the medley relay, Shaver also helped lead the Eagles to a third-place finish in the 200 freestyle relay.

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