VOLLEYBALL Reed City volleyball REED CITY\u00a0\u2014\u00a0Reed City had an honorable mention honoree for all-Central State Activities Association Gold Division honors with senior hitter Meghan Borst. She had 173 kills on the season, 56 aces, 391 digs and 30 blocks. \u201cMeghan was our team captain and a positive influence on a very young team,\u201d coach Don Patterson said. \u201cShe\u2019s one of only two seniors who provided leadership and stayed positive throughout the year. She is a dynamic attacker and solid defender. Meghan is a dangerous server and led our team in kills and placed second in aces and digs.\u201d Pine River Bucks Members on the all-Highland Conference team included KayLee Goodman and Julie Justin. Logan Powell was honorable mention. GIRLS BASKETBALL Reed City Coyotes The season began at home on Tuesday against Pine River. Coach Brian Koopman\u2019s team plays at Lakeview on Friday. \u201dPine River will be a good challenge,\u201d Koopman said. \u201cWe beat them last year by just a few. They\u2019ll be a good team. Lakeview on the road will be a good game.\u201d Evart Wildcats The Wildcats open the season with three games this week including home contests Tuesday with Farwell and Thursday with Forest Area. \u201dIt;s a lot of preparation as you get to that first week,\u201d Evart coach Paul Higgins said. Evart is at Chippewa Hills Friday. Pine River Bucks Pine River opened the season Tuesday at Reed City and Dec. 2 at Morley Stanwood. \u201dThose are good ballgames for us to start off with,\u201d coach Shawn Ruppert said.