REED CITY \u2013 Logan Bregg had a fun spring with the Reed City boys track and field team and is looking forward to the future. He was a sophomore long jumper and sprinter but especially had success in the 4x100 relay with Aiden Mieras, Seth Jackson and Noah Jones. All four except for Jones were nonseniors and will be coming back next year. He was the second leg on the 4x100 relay. \u201cThe first two, you\u2019re really the first or fastest,\u201d Bregg said. \u201cYou have to be fast on the straight away. There were two top highlights for the teams including placing second in 46.60 seconds in the CSAA Gold Conference championships. They won the Division 3 regional at Benzie Central with a clocking of 45.47 seconds. \u201cWe feel pretty good about it,\u201d Bregg said coming into the state finals. They didn\u2019t have a bad time in the state finals with 45.90 seconds but had to settle for 13th place. \u201cWe\u2019ve been together all year,\u201d Bregg said. It was extremely hot at the race. \u201cIf there\u2019s a breeze it\u2019s OK,\u201d he said prior to the meet. Bregg also ran in the 4x200 relay which was fourth in the CSAA Gold conference meet and first in the Newaygo Invitational. There was no track last year because of COVID. But Bregg did run relays in the seventh and eighth grade. The year delay set him back, he admitted, but the relay team enjoyed good times. Handoffs on relays were exceptional all season.