REED CITY\u00a0\u2014 Reed City\u2019s football team will be eager to bounce back this week after a 14-6 loss last Friday to Newaygo that snapped the Coyotes\u2019 31-game regular-season winning streak. But Grandvile Calvin Christian, Friday\u2019s nonleague opponent, will present some unique challenges for Reed City. \u201cThey like to throw the football,\u201d Coyote coach Monty Price said. \u201cThey have a very solid program and have been to the playoffs the last couple of years and played for a district championship last year, losing to Shelby. They like to run the spread and throw the football.\u201d There are some similarities to Baldwin, the Coyotes\u2019 first-week opponents. \u201cThey have a very good quarterback with a great arm, although not quite the dual threat of Brandon Childress, but still very capable of running,\u201d Price said. \u201cThey have a good core of receivers too. They prefer to pass.\u201d The past two weeks, the Coyotes focus was on run defense. \u201cWe\u2019ll have to be sharp and be disciplined in our pass coverages and try to take it away,\u201d Price said. The Coyotes sustained a disappointing loss last weekend. \u201cWe had a film session (Sunday) and put it in the past,\u201d Price said. \u201cI think this is going to be a huge challenge for our kids to see how well they responded and bounce back. We haven\u2019t been in this situation the last three years. All our losses have been at the end of the year. \u201cWe\u2019ll see how our kids respond. I have the utmost confidence they\u2019ll respond like champions and get back to business.\u201d Price indicated that despite some nagging injuries, his team will be at full strength on Friday. \u201cBut we\u2019ll have to heal up pretty fast,\u201d he said.