REED CITY \u2014 For the fourth straight season, the Reed City girls soccer team has earned all-state academic honors from the Michigan High School Soccer Coaches Association. \u201cIt was a goal for the girls to maintain that status,\u201d Reed City coach Bryan Hall said. \u201cYou need a team 3.3 grade point average. Ours was 3.5.\u201d The Coyotes also received recognition in other areas. Lindsey Ridderman led the way for individual honors by being named to the first team for all-district and all-Central State Activities Association (CSAA). Ridderman, a junior left striker, had four goals and two assists for Reed City. \u201cI was really excited about it,\u201d she said of her all-conference honors. \u201cIt\u2019s a big accomplishment for me. I wasn\u2019t really expecting it.\u201d It was Ridderman\u2019s first full varsity season. She said scoring was among her main roles. \u201cI was pretty satisfied with my season,\u201d she said. \u201cHopefully we\u2019ll be better next year. I played a few games up last year so it wasn\u2019t that much of a transition.\u201d One of her best games was against non-league foe Clare, in which Ridderman scored both goals in a 2-2 tie. For both all-district and the CSAA, Miranda Burch, Morgan Cook and Lauryn Stout were on the honorable mention list for Reed City. Kelsey Brown earned CSAA honorable mention honors. \u201cIt was a tough season for the girls,\u201d said Hall. \u201cThey were used to doing better. A lot of the teams that played were way up this year. The competition was good.\u201d Hall said plans are currently under way for an open field schedule for this summer.