STANDISH \u2013 Reed City\u2019s softball season came to a close on Saturday with a 5-2 regional semifinal loss to Sanford Meridian Early College at Standish-Sterling. Sanford Meridian defeated Farwell 6-3 for the regional title. Sidni Rushford went all six innings, allowing five runs, two earned, and nine hits and struck out three while allowing no walks. Kamryn Myers had two hits while getting one each were Jordyn Storch, Rushford and Maddie Morgan. Storch\u2019s hit was her 11th home run of the season. Reed City scored a run in the first to take a 1-0 lead. Myers had a single and was sacrificed to second base by Devin Willard. Rushford doubled up the gap to score a run. Sanford Meridian had one unearned run. The score stayed that way until the first when the Mustangs scored two runs for a 3-1 lead. Storch\u2019s homer made it 3-2. In the bottom of the sixth, the Mustangs scored two more. \u201cThe game could have gone either way,\u201d Reed City coach Roger Steig said. \u201cWe gave it our best shot. Meridian has a fine ballclub and wound up winning the regional. It\u2019s been a fine year for us.\u201d Rushford had huge pitching performances late in the season. \u201cSidni also had six hits in the district tournament and Jordyn has hit the long ball for us all year,\u201d Steig said. \u201cWe\u2019ll miss them next year.\u201d The other seniors are Alyssa Olds, Kierra Barker and Willard. Reed City\u2019s season ends at 24-12. Steig said Reed City will have a summer league on Wednesday nights starting on June 20. Reed City will play all of its games at home. Other teams in the league will be Mesick, McBain, Tri County and Cadillac.