BOYS SOCCER Gladwin 11, Pine River 0 GLADWIN\u00a0\u2014\u00a0Gladwin scored six goals in the first 18 minutes of the game Thursday and then scored another five before the half. Pine River had three shots on goal with two from Jake Johnson. Goalkeeper Brad Holmes had 23 saves. Reed City games REED CITY\u2014 Reed City\u2019s soccer team fell 6-1 at Newaygo on Monday in Central State Activities Association action. Quinton Kichak scored for Reed City, which plays at Hart on Thursday. Last Wednesday, the Coyotes lost in CSAA action to Tri County 10-2. Kichak scored both goals. The Coyotes played in a tournament at Hart Saturday and lost 4-1 to the Pirates with Hunter Morrison scoring for Reed City. The Coyotes defeated Kent City 4-2 with two goals from Kichak, and one apiece for Morrison and Brandon Wirth. For third place, Reed City lost 4-2 to Pentwater with two goals from Kichak. Reed City is 2-12. \u201cAs of late, I\u2019m very happy with them,\u201d Reed City coach Cody Jacobs said. \u201cWe\u2019re showing improvement we need to make. We\u2019re into the second half of conference play on a good note.\u201d CROSS COUNTRY Reed City REED CITY\u00a0\u2014 Reed City\u2019s girls cross country team was sixth with 144 points in a Central State Activities Association Gold Division race at Big Rapids on Sept. 22. Joelynn Gamble-Brown led Reed City with a 26th-place finish (25:50.07). Catherine Kettner was 32nd (26:09.29), McKenzie Cornelius 51st (27:46.54) and Lindsey Kienitz 52nd (27:52.86). Hana Ondrus was 71st (31:23.07), Haley Duchene 74th (31:59.53) and Devin Willard 78th (34:19.62). Brett Walker was 52nd for Reed City boys (25:42.33). Highland Conference MARION \u2014 Evart won the first Highland Conference boys race of the season on Sept. 22. The Wildcats had a 29 points, McBain was second with 52. For Evart, Santana Scott was first (17:29.44), Josh Woods third (17:57.25), Nathan Woods fourth (18:13.34), Andrew Bengry seventh (19:19.12) and Micah Wetters 14th (19:42.65). Beal City was first at 35 and Evart second at 71 for the girls. Clairese Clark of Evart was seventh (23:05.34), Sarah Nelson ninth (23:45.09), Brooke Belleville 13th (24:20.62), Mara VanOrder 14th (24:31.56) and Arianna Mooney 28th (26:04.47). The Pine River girls finished fifth. Olivia Thompson finished 11th (24:08.94), Kelsi Charles 19th (25:02.12), Holly Bailor 23rd (25:14.53), and Rachel DePew 32nd (26:50.69). The Pine River boys were sixth. Derek Hartline led the charge with an eighth place finish (19:21). Mark Geer was 19th (20:28.34). Ira Waters was 34th (21:50.50), Robbie Steele 42nd (23:22.38) and Sam Pentces 46th (24:01.75). VOLLEYBALL Pine River at Manton LEROY \u2014 Pine River\u2019s volleyball team competed at the Manton Invitational on Saturday. The Bucks split with McBain 16-25, 25-19, split with Roscommon 20-25, 26-24, split with Harrison 25-21, 23-25 and swept Evart 25-7, 25-15. For Pine River, Kyla Johnson had 18 kills, 44 digs and four blocks; Julie Justin had 12 kills and 26 digs; KayLee Goodman had 12 kills and 30 digs; Logan Powell had 49 assists and 19 digs and Tailor Charles added 24 digs. \u201cWe played some real good volleyball, but struggled with keeping our intensity at a constant level,\u201d Pine River coach Jana Dennis said. \u201cThe girls continue to work hard at coming together as a team and we look forward to how we\u2019ll play on Tuesday. Our defense was real good this weekend so our focus needs to be fixing some of the little stuff that went wrong.\u201d The Bucks are 8-15-7.