REED CITY\u00a0\u2014 Hunter Morrison is set to have a strong junior soccer season at Reed City. Morrison has already scored earlier in the season and has given his team a boost in various games. It\u2019s his third varsity soccer season. \u201cWe\u2019re rebuilding up to the top right now,\u201d he said. \u201cWe\u2019re definitely growing as a team a lot better.\u201d Morrison\u2019s been an attacking and defensive midfielder. His role is to be a strong all-around player. \u201cPassing and physical contact,\u201d are among his strengths as a player, Morrison indicated. He had a busy summer with sports like soccer and baseball. The Coyotes are looking to have a solid season as they get ready for September. \u201cCompeting as a whole is what we need to do,\u201d he said. \u201cWe need to stay strong in everything we do.\u201d Doug Emington is the new coach this season. But the Coyotes have had five coaches in the last five years and Morrison is working with his third skipper. \u201cWe have a good idea of what (Emington) is asking of us,\u201d Morrison said. \u201cWe have a lot of potential and soccer talent.\u201d Morrison predicted in midseason that junior Lorenz Hoernel would get the team going offensively. Hoernel scored four goals in three games at the Katke Invitational on Tuesday. But it will be a challenging schedule for the Coyotes, Morrison predicted. \u201cWe have a very competitive conference,\u201d he said of the Central State Activities Association.