REED CITY \u2014 Dylan Langlois is a Reed City sophomore anxious to do well in the pole vault this season. Langlois was working outside at the Reed City track during spring break last week. Because track athletes have had to practice indoors for the most part, pole vaulters have had a challenge. \u201cI think I\u2019m trying to catch up,\u201d he said, adding that he was working on his swing. \u201cI\u2019m stronger physically.\u201d There\u2019s four pole vaulters for the Coyotes. \u201cI think we\u2019re going to be a pretty good (vaulters\u2019) team,\u201d he said. \u201cThe team (in general) is going to be great.\u201d Langlois also runs the 100 and 200. He expects Chippewa Hills to be strong in his events. Reed City coach Brent Michell anticipates scoring points in the pole vault this season. \u201cKyle Voelker is a senior and tore his ACL and is a little bit behind,\u201d Michell said. \u201cNathan Fasbender, a freshman, has really come on this winter. I worked with him.\u201d Reed City is scheduled to be at Newaygo with Lakeview Wednesday for Central State Activities Association action and at the Cadillac Invitational on Friday.