REED CITY \u2014\u00a0 Calvin Rohde has found his sport as a Reed City cross country freshman. Rohde has been one of three runners performing this season for the Coyotes. He also ran last season for the eighth grade on the junior high level. He's running longer distances on the high school level, but indicated the transition wasn't a major obstacle. \u201cI've run 5K probably the first time since sixth grade,\u201d he said. \u201cThis is the first year I've gotten really good at this distance.\u201d The key to that, Rohde has indicated, has been the ability to push through the third mile. \u201cI have a good finishing push,\u201d he said. Early in the season, a key race for Rohde was at McBain. \u201cAll three of our boys were in the top 10 and ran a PR,\u201d Rohde said. \u201cI knew I had to go out fast.\u201d Rohde said in early September he wanted to get under 19 minutes. He accomplished that at the Lake City Invitational in 18:20.9 and got his best Oct. 4 in a Central State Activities Association Gold Jamboree at Newaygo in 18:27.2 \u201cI'll have to push through that third mile and keep that pace where it should be,\u201d he said. Rohde indicated he'll run track in the spring. \u201cI like the different terrain in cross country rather than running around a track,\u201d he said. Reed City will be running in the Chippewa Hills Invitational on Oct. 22.