REED CITY — Newaygo bolted out to a 3-0 halftime lead on its way to a 5-1 Central State Activities Association (CSAA) victory against Reed City last Monday night.

Jacob Swales scored for Reed City in the second half, but Newaygo scored two more goals to clinch the win.

Reed City is 3-8-1 and is home Monday against Grant.

Tri County built a 5-0 halftime lead and went on to a 8-2 CSAA victory over Reed City last Wednesday.

Dylan Matulis led Tri County with six goals while Brad Olson had one goal and five assist, and Marco Lagunas had one goal and one assist. Brenden Armstrong was the winning goalie.

Tri County (12-0) defeated Reed City, 8-0, in the season opener a month ago. Tri County ended that game with its eighth goal just three minutes into the half.

Quinton Kichak scored both Reed City goals. The second Coyote score was in the final minute of play with Andre’ Burks providing the assist.

“They played hard, they played with their hearts,” Reed City coach Betty Kichak said. “Tri County came out thinking it was going to be another rout. I think they were a little surprised. They haven’t had too many goals against them. Everything I’ve been talking about all season is coming together.”

Troy Giese was the goalkeeper for Reed City.

“He did an awesome job again,” Betty Kichak said.

Reed City’s soccer team was 1-2 at the Hart Tournament on Saturday. Reed City won its first game, 4-1 over Pentwater. Kichak scored, assisted by Jacob Swales while Andrew Booth netted Reed City’s second goal. Kurt Bracket, who assisted on Booth’s goal, scored the third, assisted by Taylor Cornell. Swales netted the fourth goal, assisted by Kichak.

Reed City lost, 3-1, to Montague in the next match with Kichak scoring the Coyote goal, assisted by Swales.

In the final game, Reed City lost to Hart 2-1, Kichak scored, assisted by Booth and Andre’ Burks.

Giese was goalkeeper for Reed City in all three games.