REED CITY — Reed City ended its softball season this spring at 15-19. But veteran coach Roger Steig can’t help but think “what might have been” with various game results this year.
“At the start of the season, I knew our league (Central State Activities Association) would be tough from top to bottom,” Steig said, “and it would be anybody’s to win. It turned out to be that way. We beat Chip Hills, who won the league ... we won against them. We lost to teams that finished toward the bottom. Every night out in league play, it was a dogfight.”