REED CITY — The Central State Activities Association Gold Division recently announced its all-league girls basketball team with junior Taylor Harrison leading the way with first-team honors.

The Coyotes struggled for wins this season with a young team. Harrison was injured during the preseason and missed a few games. She then took charge, especially midway during the season when senior standout Kamryn Myers sustained an ankle injury which kept her out most of the year.

“We’re slowly improving,” Harrison said. “We’re getting a lot better and playing well as a team. That makes me happy. My role is to attack. I wish I was a better shooter right now. I try to be a team player.”

Harrison indicated her best shot is inside.

“We struggled without Kamryn,” Harrison said.

The Coyotes will have Harrison and several players returning next year and hope to improve from the 1-13 league record.