CROSS COUNTRY Reed City boys third BENZIE \u2013 Reed City boys were third among 15 teams in the medium schools division of the Pete Moss Benzie Central Invitational on Saturday. For Reed City, August Rohde was eighth (16:42.1), Anthony Kiaunis ninth (16:49.3) Ryan Allen 14th (17:24.8), Ty Kailing 33rd (18:19.9), and Paul Saladin 51st (19:10.7). Morley Stanwood did not have a full team but Tyler Vining was 44th (18;44.1) and Shelby Hopkins 65th (19:45). Pine River finished last. Gavin Kelso was 61st (19:36.8). For the girls out of 18 teams, Reed City was seventh, Morley Stanwood eighth and Pine River 11th. For Reed City, Nora Smoes was 16th (21:14.6), Clare Smoes was 35th (22:48.2). Carly Carlson was 54th (24;20.5), Caelynn London 60th (24:30.1) and Makayla Watkins 74th (25:06.7). For Morley Stanwood, Miranda McNeil was sixth (19:41.2), Claire Johnston 48th (23:58.6), McKenzie Houtman was 57th (24;24.9), Taytum Sanford 89th (26:00) and Grace Supanich 96th (26:19). Amanda Hill was 53rd (24:12.5) to lead Pine River. \u00a0 VOLLEYBALL Pine River wins LEROY \u2013 Pine River traveled to Harrison on Wednesday and won in three sets. Scores were 25-19, 25-19, 25-19.\u201cWe served very aggressive tonight and played as a team,\u201d PR coach Jana Dennis said. \u201cThis was a good win tonight. It was a whole team effort. This is the first step in the right direction.\u201dPine River is 2-2 and is home with Ludington and Benzie on Aug. 31.