REED CITY\u00a0\u2014 Jayson Johnson is happy he ended his absence from wrestling. So are his Reed City teammates. Johnson is a sophomore who\u2019s been at 130 pounds in his first year of varsity wrestling. \u201cI did it a little bit in elementary school,\u201d he said. \u201cI stopped for a long time. I had thought about it and how much fun I had when I was little. I decided to give it another try.\u201d He\u2019s glad he did. \u201cIt\u2019s pretty fun,\u201d Johnson, who was 7-7 after a 2-0 performance last week, said. \u201cAt South Haven (invitational last month), I gave it my all, and that\u2019s when I performed at my best.\u201d Wrist-halves are among his top moves, Johnson said. He wants to improve on the starting position when he\u2019s down. \u201cI need to be better in getting away and getting back in neutral,\u201d he said. \u201cI need to work on my overall performance.\u201d Looking ahead, Johnson is focusing on having a good record. \u201cI have to practice hard,\u201d he said. Johnson plays football and is planning on running track in the spring. Each sport complements each other, he agreed. \u201cI\u2019ve done football all my life and I enjoy that a lot,\u201d he said. Reed City wrestles Wednesday night at Big Rapids in Central State Activities Association Gold Division action and is at Manistee on Saturday.