REED CITY \u2014 Dylan Chrispell has moved from having a strong season in Reed City football to what looks to be a banner campaign in wrestling. Chrispell was 5-0 for the Coyotes earlier this month at the Kent County Classic. He said he\u2019s been wrestling since he was 4 years old. Last season, Chrispell was honorable mention all-conference and had 36 wins. He weighed 189, but also wrestled 215. \u201cI didn\u2019t do anything in districts, but I had a pretty good year last year as far as the regular season went,\u201d he said. Chrispell said 189 was probably his best weight class last season and he is looking to be there this year. Prior to the start of 2015 football practices, Chrispell said he got some work done in wrestling. \u201cWe had some tournaments we went to over the summer,\u201d he said. Chrispell\u2019s hopes for this season are to place at the state final. \u201cI\u2019ll have to work hard,\u201d he said. \u201cI think staying healthy will be one of the biggest ones.\u201d Chrispell has been able to stay healthy so far in his mat career. \u201cThrows from my feet\u201d are among his strengths, he said. \u201cI\u2019ve kind of gotten away from being on the bottom. My freshman and sophomore years, I was pretty good on it. I want to try to get back at being good at it again.\u201d Chrispell expects to face strong competition against Chippewa Hills. The key in wrestling outstanding opponents is \u201cpatience,\u201d he said, \u201cand don\u2019t try to push anything to happen.\u201d Reed City is on winter break after posting a 6-8 record. \u201cWe\u2019re looking small, but we\u2019re looking good,\u201d Chrispell said.