GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. (KKCO)-- The Grand Junction Tigers are convinced that Lakewood will be an easier task at home than Chaparral was on the road.
No. 2 GJHS (11-0) beat No. 18 Chaparral on the road 35-21, and now they will deal with No. 10 Lakewood at home. Lakewood has five shutouts on the season, but Robbie Owens is confident for Friday's game.
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