MADISON, Wis. (AP) -- Dodgeville's Bobby Wunnicke and Luxemburg-Casco's Zac Cibula are on track to become four-time state champions after each won a pair of matches tonight at the state high school individual wrestling tournament in Madison.
Wunnicke (45-1) pinned Durand's Luke Bauer in 1 minute, 47 seconds at 125 pounds in the Division 2 quarterfinals and beat Tomahawk's Rudy Chagoya 12-2 in the semifinals.
He will meet two-time defending state champion Thane Antczak (43-1) of Chetek/Prairie Farm for the 125-pound title tomorrow night.
Cibula, who is 41-4 at 152, survived a tough quarterfinal match, holding off second-ranked Logan Einerson of Lodi 5-4 before he pinned Bloomer's Andy Marquardt in 3:32 in the semifinals to advance to the title match.
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