REED CITY\u00a0\u2014 Tyler Kerr went from the gridiron this fall to the wrestling mat during the winter for Reed City, and is looking to keep the success going strong. He\u2019s at 171 pounds this season after wrestling at 160 last winter. He\u2019s in his second year of wrestling \u201cCoach (Roger Steig) called my Aunt Linda and wanted me on the team,\u201d Kerr said. \u201cIt was my first year so I had a lot of room for improvement. I improved a lot from last year to this year.\u201d It was a matter of watching and learning. \u201cMy buddy Derrick Rasor wrestled in front of me in that weight class,\u201d Kerr said. But so far this season, Kerr has gotten off to a 9-5 record. \u201cThere are a few matches I lost that I should have won,\u201d he said. \u201cBut overall from last year, it\u2019s been good.\u201d On the mat, \u201cI\u2019m fairly aggressive,\u201d Kerr. \u201cI try to outlast everybody.\u201d He wants to improve on \u201cmat recognition.\u201d Before the season ends, \u201cI want to have a winning record,\u201d Kerr said. Reed City resumes action at Central Montcalm on Jan. 11. \u201cWe\u2019re young but if go hard in the wrestling room like we have been, I think we\u2019ll be a pretty good team by the end of the year,\u201d Kerr said.