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Here are this week’s candidates for CAL Winter Athlete of the year!

Colleen Callahan, swimming, Atlantic City: The junior standout continued her dominant high school career this winter. Callahan won her third consecutive state championship in both the 100-yard breaststroke and 200 individual medley. She broke her own records in each competition.
Matt Bosch, boys basketball, Ocean City: The 6-foot-3 forward carried the Red Raiders during his senior season. Bosch led the CAL or was among league leaders in categories including points, field goals, three-point percentage, free throws made, rebounds and blocks. He tallied a career-high 30 points in a Feb. 15 victory over Holy Spirit.

Braheme Day, shot put, Bridgeton:
Sprinters often soak up all the glory, but Day absolutely owned his competition this winter. The junior won the South Jersey Group II title with a throw of 68 feet, 11 inches, the second-best thrown in state history. He went on to win the New Jersey Meet of Champions and Eastern States Championship, where he launched the country's longest throw of the season - 70 feet, 8 inches.

Kristine Miller, girls basketball, Cedar Creek:
There were plenty of standouts in girls basketball this season, but Miller's ability to lead the Pirates to a state championship sets her apart from the competition. The junior forward averaged over 20 points per game during the team's Group I state playoff run and served as a leader for the league's youngest team.

Phil Bakuckas, wrestling, Hammonton:
The senior became the first Blue Devil to reach a state final and was an unstoppable force in South Jersey's 160-pound weight class, racking up Region 8 and District 30 titles. Bakuckas finishes his career at Hammonton as the school's all-time wins leader (132) and has accepted a scholarship to Rutgers University.