REED CITY \u2014 Kristin Forman and Joe Oehrli continue to pick up valuable points in various meets for Reed City\u2019s track teams. It\u2019s Forman\u2019s senior season. She\u2019s been running the 800, 1,600 and 3,200-meter runs and has been enjoying success each time out. \u201cI\u2019ve been inconsistent and am starting to pick up my pace more,\u201d she said, adding that the 800 meters has been her best event. \u201cMy best time this year was 2:38 at an indoor meet. I want to beat our school record of 2:24. It will take a lot of speed work.\u201d The first lap is usually the best part of the race for Forman. \u201cIt\u2019s a mental game for me,\u201d she said. \u201c\u2018I have to mentally tell myself I can do it.\u201d The 1,600-meter run is her second best event. A 5:58 has been her best time. She wants to get into the 5:40s. \u201cI want to get better in the last half-mile,\u201d Forman said. \u201cI want to make it to the state finals again this year.\u201d She\u2019s been a state qualifier in the 800 in the past but wants to finish higher than the 18th place she\u2019s had before. \u201cIt will take more speed work for sure,\u201d Forman said. \u201cI feel I can do a little bit better. I want to keep progressing throughout the whole season.\u201d Joe Oehrli against Big Rapids and White Cloud last week was first in the 1,600, first in the 800, second in the 3,200 and fourth in the 1,600-meter relay. \u201cIt was a decent day,\u201d he said. \u201cIt\u2019s been going good. I ran a 4:34 in the 1,600.\u201d His best event this sprint has been the 800 or 1,600. He\u2019s had a 4:34 in the 1,600 and a 2:02 indoor in the 800. \u201cI want to try to get 4:20 in the 1,600 and a 1:57 in the 800,\u201d Oehrli said. \u201cI need to build some strength and build up my kick.\u201d He\u2019s yet to qualify for state outdoors in those events. He\u2019s confident he can go in the 800 and 1,600 and that his best times are yet to come. \u201cI just need to get in more practice,\u201d he said.