REED CITY\u00a0\u2014 Reed City football coaches realized they would be young on the line this season. But thanks to returning players like junior lineman Jackson Miller, the Coyotes have hardly missed a beat. The Coyotes are home on Saturday against Menominee in the regional finals. He\u2019s been a right guard on offense and left defensive tackle and has started both ways some games. Miller started on offense last year. \u201cI think I\u2019ve improved quite a bit,\u201d he said, \u201cespecially in pulling and trapping at guard.\u201d His strength as a lineman, Miller said, \u201cis getting off the ball, getting into people.\u201d Miller has been able to mix in with the new linemen extremely well. \u201cWe\u2019ve improved every game,\u201d he said, adding the strength of his defense is \u201cholding my ground. Nobody drives me back.\u201d The Warriors beat Chippewa Hills twice this season. Against a team like Chippewa Hills, \u201cwe just have to execute our game plan and put it into play,\u201d Miller said. \u201cWe get better every week.\u201d The Coyotes, 11-0, have won six straight Central State Activities Association titles and two district titles in the last three seasons. \u201cHaving six conference championships in the bag, it helps (their confidence) a lot,\u201d Miller said. This Saturday, Reed City goes after its first regional trophy.