REED CITY \u2014 The passing game is alive and well for Reed City football, led by quarterback Chad Samuels. But Samuels, who was 6-of-6 for 142 yards in Friday\u2019s 46-7 victory over Morley Stanwood, is getting help from his receivers including Josh Saez who caught a couple of scoring strikes and had five receptions for 93 yards. Saez is in his senior season as a running back and defensive back for Reed City. \u201cIt feels good,\u201d Saez said of his game agains the Mohawks. \u201cGood routes, Chad usually always throws good balls, that\u2019s all you need.\u201d Saez made a circus catch on fourth down to spark one key Reed CIty drive in the first half. Defensive interference was called on the defender but Saez still caught the ball. \u201cHe had ahold of my jersey, I couldn\u2019t jump but I got my arms up there and grabbed it,\u201d Saez said. He\u2019s cornerback on defense. \u201cWe stepped it up quite a bit from last week,\u201d he said after the Morley Stanwood game, adding that the key is \u201cwrapping up and making the tackles.\u201d Reed City is off to a 2-0 start and is home on Friday against Holton. All regular season games count in the Central State Activities Association. \u201cWe\u2019re playing good ball but you always have room for improvement,\u201d Saez said.