GRANT \u2014 The Reed City Coyotes lost a\u00a047-28 CSAA Gold girls basketball verdict\u00a0to the Grant Tigers on Friday. \u201cWe had a couple of kids out sick and injured again,\u201d Reed City coach Brian Koopman said. \u201cOverall, I thought the kids played hard. I thought we are moving in the right direction. Offensively, I thought we looked a little better and found\u00a0the open person. We had some nice looks and didn\u2019t make them. Defensively\u00a0we have to tighten up a little bit. They defensively\u00a0out rebounded us. We have to do a better job of rebounding. Taylor Harrison led the team with 13 points and Alison Duddles added six points. \u201cI have one kid\u00a0out with mono, one out with a twisted ankle,\u00a0one out with a broken leg and another kid waiting to be eligible \u201c Koopman\u00a0said. \u201cI have another kid having problems with her leg. Injuries are piling up.\u201d\u2019 Koopman said he usually dresses up to 10 players, depending on their status. He hasn\u2019t been bringing anyone up from the JV. \u201cIt\u2019s been a matter of putting the same lineup out there and getting the kids used to each other,\u201d Koopman said. Reed City (2-10, 1-8) hosts Tri County on Friday.