REED CITY\u00a0\u2014 Adam Kehr is now focusing on his senior wrestling season at Reed City. But he\u2019s coming off a banner football season in which he garnered second-team honors in the Central State Activities Association. Kehr, a senior nose guard, had 52 tackles, one sack, one forced fumble and two fumble recoveries, plus three tackles for loss. Kehr played two seasons on the junior varsity, decided not to play last fall and came back this year. \u201cAll the guys on there, I like hanging out with them,\u201d he said. On JV, he was a linebacker and tight end. He recalls that assistant coach Scott Shankel figured nose guard would be a good spot for Kehr. \u201cIt took me a couple of weeks,\u201d Kehr said, referring to his adjustment to the position. \u201cI didn\u2019t start until week 2. All summer time, I was working at it.\u201d As a nose guard, \u201cyou\u2019re going head to head, one way or the other, and are going to hit someone no matter what,\u201d he said, noting it was the first time he played the position. \u201cI got used to it. It was (being able) to work hard and get off your blocks.\u201d Kehr blocked a punt that Chad Samuels returned for a touchdown against Hesperia. It was his first blocked punt. \u201cI was going for it,\u201d he said. \u201cI\u2019m free to go and try to block it.\u201d He said his performance against Lakeview may have been his best game, along with Newaygo. Reed City went 10-0 before losing 22-20 to Muskegon Oakridge in the district finals. \u201cWe played as hard as we could and things didn\u2019t go our way,\u201d Kehr said. It was still a fun season. He figures that transferring from nose guard to a wrestler will be a natural transition.