REED CITY\u00a0\u2014 Troy Giese can\u2019t wait to get the soccer season started. The Reed City senior and his teammates report for official practices on Wednesdays. The first game is Aug. 22 at Tri County. It\u2019s the third varsity season for Giese who played goalkeeper. \u201cMy previous year was anywhere that coach put me,\u201d Giese said. Last fall was a building season for the Coyotes who needed several matches to get things going. \u201cI think things went pretty good, considering the fact we had a young defense,\u201d Giese said. He plans on being at goalkeeper again this season. But coming into the 2014 campaign, Giese worked on his game extensively. \u201cI\u2019ve been doing goalie work with Dylan Kichak like every other week in July,\u201d he said, adding that he\u2019s been focusing on \u201cgetting my dives down and talking a little bit more.\u201d The Coyotes will be on the road their first five matches. They are home for the first time Sept. 10 with Kent City. \u201cThere will definitely be more experience,\u201d Giese said. \u201cIt will help a lot being able to talk more and knowing what positions we are and what our strong points are.\u201d Giese indicated he\u2019s better at kicking the ball and he\u2019s talking more. The open fields ended last week for Reed City. \u201cThese have been real helpful, being able to see the new talent we have and watching them play and seeing what they do,\u201d Giese said. The Coyotes have a new coaching staff, led by head skipper Betty Kichak. \u201cI think we\u2019ll be all-around because we have good defense we had last year and we have a couple of new strikers we can use,\u201d he said. Giese is in other sports including wrestling and track but points to soccer, which he\u2019s played since seventh grade, as his favorite sport. \u201cIt\u2019s fun to meet new people every year and being able to work with them,\u201d he said.