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GJ, Fruita players hope to make most of trip to state tourney

Grand Junction’s Jacob Lapkin heads into the Class 5A state tennis tournament on a roll. The Tigers’ No. 1 singles player has won nine straight matches, a streak he hopes to extend today in the first round.



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Grand Junction’s Jacob Lapkin heads into the Class 5A state tennis tournament on a roll. The Tigers’ No. 1 singles player has won nine straight matches, a streak he hopes to extend today in the first round.

Grand Junction High School tennis coach Carol Elliott thinks the Tigers’ double teams can compete at the Class 5A boys state tennis tournament, which begins today at Gates Tennis Center…




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