REED CITY \u2014 The volleyball season starts this weekend and Reed city coach Don Patterson has been working on getting his team ready. Tryouts started last Wednesday and the team was scheduled to have a special bonding camp this week to prepare for the season. A handful of players are returning but there are plenty of question marks Patterson was looking to answer in the preseason. \u201cI know very little right now,\u201d Patterson said. \u201cI know Meghan Borst will be back and Jordyn Storch.\u201d Alexis VanEck is among the other returning players along with Sidni Rushford and Alyssa Olds. \u201cBorst has been tremendous all summer long,\u201d Patterson said. \u201cShe\u2019s been to everything. She\u2019s coordinated everything for me. She\u2019s our captain. She\u2019s made leaps and bounds. She ran track this spring and it\u2019s gotten her strong and has helped her jumping. She\u2019s really improved.\u201d Borst has been with the team since her sophomore season. Storch was a setter along with Liza Emington the last two years. Storch is now a junior while Emington has graduated. Storch will be a main factor, but Patterson said he\u2019s still looking to see if there will be another setter, whom that might be and how much she would play. Patterson said he\u2019ll look for consistency in his setters. \u201cIt takes a lot of skill to be a setter,\u201d he said. \u201cEvery game they play, they learn a few more things.\u201d Patterson said the varsity team last Friday was selected and overnight camps started on Sunday. Earlier in the week, there would be three practices a day. Parents cook dinners for their daughters in the schools\u2019 home economics room. It\u2019s the fourth year of overnight camps for both varsity and JV players, Patterson said. \u201cWe get a ton of work done in a short amount of time and can integrate a lot of things,\u201d he said. The season opens at Ludington on Friday.