NEWAYGO\u00a0\u2014 The Reed City boys track team had 110 points to win the Newaygo Invitational by four points over Hesperia on Friday. Andre Jones won the 200 in 23.7 seconds while Nate Fasbender was first in two field events. Jon Green won the 100 in 11.49 and combined with Patrick Jobes, Chad Samuels and Andre Jones to win the 800 relay in 1:36.17. The 4x4 relay team also placed\u00a0in 3;41.6. Samuels was second in the high jump at 5-10. T.J. Patterson was third in the discus at 129-4. \u201cOur boys performed very well with a lot of personal records,\u201d said Reed City coach Vikki Michell. \u201cThe weather was nice. They worked real hard. They scored in all but three events.\u201d Reed City\u2019s girls were eighth with Hannah Price placing first in the 100 hurdles at 17.37 seconds and\u00a0third in both the 300 hurdles in 54.59 seconds and 200 dash in 30.04 seconds. \u201cThe girls\u2019 times are improving, \u201cMichell said. They\u2019re all working hard. They\u2019re working at getting stronger and faster.\u201d Meanwhile, Reed City was also at Chippewa Hills on Wednesday, April 23, to face Morley Stanwood. The Coyote boys won 81-56 over the Mohawks. For the girls, the Mohawks prevailed over Reed City 100-32. For Reed City\u2019s girls, Hanna Price was second in the 100 hurdles in 18.26 seconds. Joelyn Gamble-Brown was third in the 1,600-meter run in 6:41.34. Reed City picked up wins from Nate Fasbender in the pole vault (12-6) and 100-meter dash (12.06), Jon Green in the discus (124-3) and shot put (43-7), the 800-meter relay in 1:35.28, the 400-meter relay in 45.42 seconds, and Andre\u2019 Jones in the 200-meter dash (24.27). \u201cIt got cold on us,\u201d said Reed City coach Brent Michell. \u201cWe were proud of our kids. They ran well and they ran hard. Some of the times at the end weren\u2019t as good as I thought they might be this week. It started to get cold and you can\u2019t always control those things. The most important thing is we\u2019re still getting in shape and trying to find out who we are. The kids are developing an identity yet.\u201d Taking seconds for Reed City were P.J. Jones in the long jump at 17-5, T. J. Patterson in the discus at 116-11 and shot put at 41-1.5, and the 1,600-meter relay team in 3:39.11. Third places went to Patrick Jobes in the long jump at 17-3.5, Wyatt Meese in the discus at 114-6, the 3,200-meter relay \u00a0team in 10:08.19, P.J. Jones in the 100-meter dash at 12.38 seconds, Drake Walker in the 1,600-meter run in 5:12.98, and Collin Hatfield in the 200-meter dash in 25.25.