REED CITY\u00a0\u2014 Juniors Hanna Price and Megan Donley are two Reed City girls basketball players, who realize that the season has already started in June, even though it doesn\u2019t officially tip off until December. But basketball, like other sports, has a very busy summer schedule. \u201cWe just got back from Frankfort on Tuesday (of last week),\u201d \u00a0Price noted. \u201cThey scrimmaged there for two days. We had four juniors, one senior came and we moved up some freshmen. We did pretty well. We\u2019re young but we\u2019ll improve.\u201d Competition in Frankfort \u201cwas really good,\u201d Price said. \u201cCadillac was there. Grosse Pointe South, Canton was there and made it to semis. There were quite a few teams there.\u201d Summer is especially important to a young basketball team, Price admitted. \u2018\u201cWe have to work at playing as a team and getting to know each other,\u201d Price said. \u201cWe lost a bunch of seniors.\u201d The Coyotes were scheduled to have scrimmages earlier this week at Mason County Central. \u201cI\u2019m working hard on playing as a team,\u201d Donley said. \u201cIt\u2019s a big difference from varsity to JV. I\u2019m jut trying to get into the scheme of things.\u201d The varsity game is more physical \u201cand a lot more fast-paced than what JV is,\u201d Donley noted.\u00a0 Both are also involved in volleyball. One day last week, they had basketball, volleyball and weight-lifting on their agendas.