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BOULDER — Cory Calvert was as cold as ice.

With Chaparral struggling for much of its Class 5A Final Four meeting against Continental League rival Highlands Ranch on Thursday night and a trip to the school’s first championship game on the line in the final seconds, the BYU-bound guard did what he has done throughout the 2011-12 season.

Stay patient, protect and remain calm.

Calvert made six free throws in the final 43 seconds as the Wolverines (24-3) overcame Highlands Ranch 54-50 at the Coors Events Center. They will meet Arapahoe on Saturday at 8 p.m. to play for the school’s first boys title and third overall.

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