REED CITY\u00a0\u2014 Emily Libey had one more regular-season home\u00a0game on Tuesday when\u00a0the Reed City Coyotes hosted Tri County for a girls basketball Central State Activities Association Gold Division contest. It was a\u00a0special\u00a0game for Libey and her fellow seniors, who\u00a0entered it with a 13-3 record. She\u2019s been\u00a0a four-year varsity player, who began her career as a\u00a0freshman when the\u00a0Coyotes were 0-21, and then as a sophomore\u00a0when they were district champs. The Coyotes started out 9-0 and have gone 4-3 since after going through a tough part of the schedule. \u201cI think we\u2019re getting better and better every practice,\u201d Libey said. \u201cWe just need to work on the little things like not making little mistakes,\u00a0and minimizing those.\u201d In her fourth varsity season, \u201ceverything has been pretty much the same,\u201d she said. \u201cWe\u2019ve got a little bit better in working the ball.\u201d There\u2019s plenty, Libey said, she\u2019ll miss after playing her\u00a0final game in the Reed City gym. \u201cI\u2019ve enjoyed the team and coaches. We\u2019re a real good family,\u201d she said. Libey hopes to play basketball after high school.\u00a0She\u2019ll be running track again in\u00a0the spring. Reed City is at Chippewa Hills on Friday.