REED CITY \u2014 Reed City had a young golf team this spring, but the Coyotes will try to get older with plenty of action during the summer. That includes the freshmen coach Katrina Wray had on her team. One of the freshmen was Josh Mund. \u201cIt went pretty good,\u201d he said late in the year. \u201cI was shooting 100s most of the time, but I\u2019m starting to shoot in the 90s now. It\u2019s just better golf.\u201d His best score was a 96 for 18 holes. Driving was the best part of his game. But he was also working on improving his chipping. \u201cThis is my first year of playing golf,\u201d Mund said while indicating he\u2019ll keep playing. \u201cI\u2019ve enjoyed the people I\u2019ve met.\u201d He also played basketball and football. \u201cGolf is up there, it\u2019s pretty fun, it\u2019s pretty tough,\u201d he said. But he\u2019ll keep playing this summer. Mason Bush was another freshmen golfer, who also said this is his first year of golf. \u201cI was with the golf team one day and they just told me to come out and practice with them,\u201d he said. \u201cIt\u2019s gone pretty good. I shot my first 18-hole 94 at Spring Valley (in mid-May).You just have to focus on the ball.\u201d His goal was keeping his 18-hole scores below 100. \u201cDistance,\u201d has been a strong part of his game, along with his irons. \u201cThe part I\u2019m working on is hitting straight with my drives.\u201d Bush also will keep playing this summer. Football and wrestling are his other sports.\u00a0 \u201cGolf is up there with those,\u201d he said. \u201cIt\u2019s about as challenging as wrestling.\u201d Thomas Quinn was another key freshman for the Coyotes. \u201cSometimes in the summers, I golf a little bit,\u201d he said. \u201cBut I never golfed this much. I decided it would be fun. I like hanging out with new people.\u201d His goal throughout the season was to break into the 90s. Chipping has been the strongest part of his game. \u201cI need to work on driving,\u201d he said. But like his fellow freshmen, Quinn plans on playing plenty during the summer. \u201cIt\u2019s been hard for me, but if you have a bad shot, you have to calm down,\u201d he said.