REED CITY \u2014 Reed City\u2019s competitive cheer team was in action on Thursday at Northview in a Think Pink competition to benefit breast cancer awareness. \u201cA couple of teams had to drop out because of the weather,\u201d said Reed City coach Amanda Powers. \u201cOur girls performed and were able to score 30 points over last year\u2019s showing.\u201d The Coyotes placed sixth. \u201cOur Round 1 was actually our best round,\u201d Powers said. \u201cThe girls really hit their moves. They were crisper and their jumps are improving.\u201d Reed City participates Saturday at Tri County in both high school and middle school competition. EVART Evart competed eighth on Saturday at the Farwell Invitational. There were 15 varsity teams competing. \u201cThey had a good round 3,\u201d said Evart coach Marty Pattee. \u201cBut it was not a good round 1 or 2. It was tough competition, I will say that. We\u2019re very young.\u201d Evart is at Marion this Saturday and has its own invitational on Jan. 25. PINE RIVER Pine River took sixth place at Saturday\u2019s Farwell Invitational. \u201cWe performed our best in round 3 that we have all season so far,\u201d said Pine River coach Tiffany Lindquist. \u201cThey improved throughout the whole competition the last time. We have some little things to work on. Hopefully we can continue improving.\u201d Pine River is at Marion on Saturday. Competitive cheer meets consist of three performance rounds. Round 1 consists of leadership skills and two required jumps. The second round employs various skills and gymnastics while Round 3 deals with stunts and mounts.