REED CITY \u2014\u00a0 Reed City\u2019s girls soccer team and coach Bryan Hall are opening the season with a lineup of 16 players. The Coyotes were tentatively scheduled to play on Wednesday, weather-permitting, at Big Rapids Crossroads Charter Academy. CCA announced on Tuesday the game had been cancelled. After this week, the team goes on break and resumes action in early April. \u201cWe\u2019re still not sure we\u2019re going to have a JV,\u201d coach Bryan Hall said. \u201cWe only had 12 on the JV. We\u2019ll talk about that over the next day or two. We\u2019ve always had one. We have gone with only 12 or 13, then if you have injuries, you don\u2019t have subs. We\u2019ll have to see.\u201d The Coyotes have several seniors returning including Kate Latin. \u201cShe was a solid midfielder and played some goalkeeper for us,\u201d Hall said. \u201cKatie Reed is a forward who had some concussion problems, but is looking really good and ready to go this year. She\u2019ll be a scorer for us. \u201cWe\u2019re rebuilding our defense. Alexis VanEck will probably be the point of our defense,\u201d Hall said. \u201cIt will make a difference if we bring our JV up. There are a couple of good freshmen. But with the numbers, I couldn\u2019t bring them up yet.\u201d Reed City was indoors all of last week. Hall is hoping to have the players on the field more this week. Hall noted there won\u2019t be any home games in May. Drainage work on the field starts that month, and a new track will be laid. \u201cWe\u2019re getting stronger,\u201d Hall said. \u201cWe\u2019ll have to figure out our defense. We\u2019ll have more speed on defense. Overall, we\u2019re faster and have more skilled players. We\u2019ll have several that can get the job done. It\u2019s a matter of putting the pieces together and seeing which way they work best.\u201d Latin saw some goalkeeper work last season.