REED CITY – It would have been safe to say after Friday’s 70-40 Reed City football win against Newaygo, Coyote coach Scott Shankel was pleased with the defense, but not so much with the offense.
“The first half, we gave up 33 points,” Shankel said. “There were bad plays, missed tackles, blown coverages. There some bonehead plays. I’m not taking anything away from them. They’re a good club. They executed well.”