REED CITY\u00a0\u2014\u00a0Reed City\u2019s Brady Slater shot a team-best 93 to lead his team on Monday in the Central State Activities Association (CSAA) Gold Division final at Cedar Chase Golf Club. The Coyotes hosted a meet at Spring Valley on May 17. Reed City shot a 381, led by Slater with an 88 and Bryce Grannis with a 91. \u201cI believe that\u2019s our best score in the last six years,\u201d Reed City coach Katrina Wray said. \u201cI wanted to get four guys under 100 (throughout the season). I\u2019ve been able to do that a couple of times. I\u2019m really happy the way the boys have been playing.\u201d Reed City hosted a two-player event, the Coyote Invitational, on Friday at Falcon Head Golf Course in Big Rapids. The team of Slater and Grannis had an 83. Josh Mund and Seth Phelps combined for an 89. The team of Thomas Quinn and Mason Bush had a 116 to give Reed City a 285. Sparta, Hesperia, Lakeview and Tri County were also in the tournament. \u201cOftentimes, we\u2019ll play 218 holes at whatever tournament we\u2019re at, and they\u2019ll go back and play another nine at Spring Valley before we go home,\u201d Wray said. \u201cThat says how much (the players are dedicated).\u201d Phelps is a sophomore, who played last season and said he has improved in all areas of his game. His best score has been 98 for 18 holes. Before the season ends, \u201cI\u2019d like to get in the 90s,\u201d he said. \u201cThat\u2019d be great. I have to practice my driving and my chipping, mostly my driving.\u00a0\u00a0I\u2019d like to get into the low 90s.\u201d Putting has been the best part of his game, Phelps said. \u201cThis year, we definitely have improved,\u201d he said. \u201cNext year, it should be way better.\u201d Districts are Thursday at Katke Golf Course. The Coyotes hope to qualify as a team, for the regional next week. But Wray added she\u2019s hoping to see some players advance to regionals if the team falls short of that goal.