REED CITY \u2013 Emily Libey has loved basketball for a long time and isn\u2019t planning on giving up the sport any time soon. The former Reed City standout played for her Grand Rapids Grace Christian women\u2019s basketball team on Saturday night at Ferris State\u2019s Wink Arena. It was considered an exhibition game for Grace but a regular contest for FSU, which posted a 94-38 victory. Libey scored five points and had three assists for her team. After five games, Libey is averaging 17.2 points per outing. She had 28 points against Welch College. Grace is 3-2 after its first five games. \u201cOur season is going pretty good,\u201d Libey said. \u201cWe\u2019re undefeated in our conference. We play teams like Ferris just to get us better for our division and to get us ready for our national championship.\u201d Despite COVID, Grace made it to the national championship game last season and ended up being in the Final Four before losing. Grace plays in the National Christian College Association (NCCA). \u201cWe are younger so we have two freshmen starting,\u201d Libey said. \u201cWe do have a few returners so we did get lot of new people.\u201d Libey said her role on the team is to do \u201ca little bit of everything. They\u2019re looking for me to score, play defense, rebound\u2026I feel like this year, I\u2019m playing pretty good and games like against Ferris are tougher because they\u2019re better competition. But this year I think has been my best year so far. I\u2019m shooting better and rebounding better. \u201c l like shooting the three, but I like doing a bit of everything.\u201d There are some definite team goals Libey is confident her team can reach. \u201cWe want to stay undefeated in our conference, win our regional championship and head to the nationals,\u201d she said. \u201cI like the team, it\u2019s a family culture. I love basketball. I\u2019ve loved it ever since I started. This is my fourth year and I get another year next because of COVID. I\u2019m excited.\u201d Ferris, now 6-1, was led by Kadyn Blanchard with 17 points while Zoe Anderson had seven points and 10 rebounds.\u00a0 \u201cIt goes so fast, and I can\u2019t believe I\u2019m already a senior and this is my last season,\u201d Anderson said. \u201cMy advice to the younger players is to soak it all in and don\u2019t take anything for granted.\u201d The Bulldogs are home on Thursday against Purdue Northwest.