REED CITY\u00a0\u2014 Matt McGahey hit the 100-win mark his wrestling career earlier this season, but the Reed City senior is looking at accomplishing much more before calling it a career at 125 pounds. McGahey entered this week at 26-1 for the team\u2019s best record. He recently had a 2-0 performance at home when Reed City wrestled against Grant and Central Montcalm. \u201cI came back strong in the second (round),\u201d he said. \u201cCoach said these were pretty solid teams.\u201d He was at 19-1 after that match, then won seven more. His only loss was against an opponent from Bangor at the South Haven Invitational. \u201cI got caught,\u201d McGahey said. \u201cI got pinned in the first period. Mistakes happen, and that\u2019s why we practice. (The loss) kept my head in the right place.\u201d The Coyotes are at Chippewa Hills Wednesday and at the Lakeview Invitational Saturday. \u201cWe\u2019re very solid when we want to get going,\u201d he said. \u201cWhen we lack spirit, we\u2019re in trouble. We want to get better. Conference (Central State Activities Association Gold Division) wins are always a goal.\u201d The Coyotes are 19-8 overall and 2-2 in the CSAA Gold Division. Besides McGahey, other wrestlers with strong records are Devin Ward (22-5) at 171, Evan Skiver (22-5) at 215 and Thayne Stieg (20-6) at 140. Coach Roger Steig likes where his Coyotes are at, but acknowledges this will be a challenging week. \u201cWe\u2019ll have ChIppewa Hills which is on a roll;\u201d Steig said. \u201cThey\u2019re ranked like fourth in the state. They\u2019re coming of a big tournament (at Bay City Western) where they did well at the Michigan Duals. On Wednesday, we\u2019ll have to be at our best.\u201d On Jan. 14, the Coyotes were 1-1 at Newaygo. The Coyotes beat the host school 66-11, but lost 49-25 to Tri County. Going 2-0 for Reed City were Kyle Lawrence (103), Devin Yonkin (112), McGahey (125), Ward (171) and Skiver (285).