REED CITY \u00a0\u2014 Reed City\u2019s boys golf team is ready to take on a very busy May schedule. Last week, the Coyotes played at the Royal Golf Course at Canadian Lakes (April 27) in a tournament hosted by Chippewa Hills, and had their first Central State Activities Association match at the links of Bowen Lake in Montcalm County (April 25). The Coyotes were fifth in the league tourney. \u201cWe had kind of a tough week,\u201d Reed City coach Katrina Wray said. \u201cOur first week was kind of better. We\u2019re hoping to rebound this week.\u201d Bryce Grannis was the top player for the Coyotes last week. Gladwin took first place at the Royal Invitational. Chippewa Hills took third place. Grannis shot a 98 for the team\u2019s best finish. \u201cWe\u2019re coming into a pretty intense stretch,\u201d Wray said. \u201cWe play Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Monday and Tuesday. The boys are trying to find a groove and settle in. Their scores are kind of all over the place. We\u2019re looking for some consistency.\u201d Reed City has a meet at Spring Valley, its home course, with other league schools on May 17. The Coyotes also host a meet on May 20 at Falcon Head Golf Course in Big Rapids. The district tournament will be at Katke Golf Course at Ferris State on May 26. The 18-hole tournaments start at 9 a.m.