REED CITY\u00a0\u2014 It\u2019s been a fun wrestling season so far for Reed City\u2019s Adam Kehr. The Coyote wrestler is 25-1 at 145 pounds after losing his first match of the season 10-6 to Sofus Nielson of Plymouth at the Gladwin Invitational Saturday. He entered the tournament at 21-0. \u201cYou can always get better,\u201d said Kehr, who said his closest match, prior to the Gladwin Invitational was against David Jacobs of Hesperia. He\u2019s been at 152 but anticipates going down to 145 as he gets ready for the postseason run next month. Kehr, a senior, is coming off a 45-5 record from last season. \u201cI\u2019m doing very well on my feet and being able to turn people when I need to,\u201d Kehr said. \u201cOn the bottom, I\u2019m able to get away.\u201d The Coyotes have gotten off to a strong start as a team. \u201cThis is by far the strongest team I\u2019ve been on,\u201d Kehr said after a narrow loss to Lakeview last Wednesday. \u201cWe\u2019re looking good. I\u2019m disappointed tonight. This is one we should have had. We had a few things not go our way.\u201d The Coyotes were 3-2 at Gladwin. Reed City finished eighth out of 19 teams.\u00a0The Coyotes beat Breckenridge 52-12, Big Rapids 42-34 and Ionia 39-36 and lost to Plymouth 64-12 and Rogers City 41-36. Besides Kehr, also 4-1 were Dylan Chrispell at 189 and Evan Skier at 215. Gerald Beemer was 3-1 at 285. Going 3-2 for the Coyotes were Andre Burks, Matt McGahey, Derrick Rasor and Thayne Stieg. Reed City wrestles Wednesday at Holton in Central State Activities Association action.