REED CITY — It was an impressive freshman sports season for Reed City’s Taylor Harrison, who is hoping it will be even better as a sophomore.

Harrison recently completed a productive season for the varsity soccer team.

She was a center-midfielder with 10 goals and three assists.

“Taylor has great foot skills and attacks the goal with a determination to score,” Coyotes coach Bryan Hall said. “She has been a strong varsity player in her first year and will continue to grow into a player to be respected throughout the area.”

She’s been playing soccer since she was 3 years old, but this marks her first varsity season. Playing travel soccer helped her get ready for the transition.

“It’s a lot more physical at this level,” Harrison said.

Her role was to score for the Coyotes, and Harrison acknowledged she was happy with it. The Coyotes were an improved team this season. In the second game against Grant, Harrison scored two goals

“We’re working a lot better than I thought we would, compared to last year,” Harrison said. “I do a lot of passing.”

She’s had many breakaway goals.

Late in the season, Harrison could see where her team was playing its best soccer.

“I think we’re playing pretty strong,” she said.

Harrison also plays for the Coyotes varsity basketball team and runs cross country.