REED CITY — It’s the time of volleyball season when Brenna Westhoff and her Reed City teammates hope to be playing at their very best.

Reed City was Tuesday against Chippewa Hills.

It’s Westhoff’s junior season. She’s been at rightside hitter in her first varsity season.

“For the most part, I think I’m transitioning pretty good,” Westhoff said of her first varsity season. “There’s always room for improvement like being more consistent in my hits and transitioning back to being on defense. I need to be more consistent with my serving too.”

Westhoff has been working to get good speed on her serves. She indicated she’s improved since the season started in August, “mostly in hitting, but in every area.”

Reed City has had a young team this season.

“Every game, even though the score doesn’t show it, we get better,” Westhoff said. “We play more consistent and more as a team.”

The end of the season is approaching and Westhoff figures the team is getting to the point to roll up more wins and prepare for the district.

Having a tough match against Big Rapids was a highlight and Westhoff is hoping the Coyotes get another shot at the Cardinals in the postseason.