REED CITY \u2013 Reed City\u2019s recently complete boys cross country season featured a lot of depth, giving coach Rich Saladin good reasons to feel positive about the future. This included the performance of junior Ty Kailing. His two best times were his last two races of the season: at 18:41.12 at the late season Chippewa Hills Warrior Late Season Invitational and his personal record of 17:57.8 at the Division 3 regional meet. \u201cIt\u2019s been going good,\u201d Kailing said after the Warrior Late-Season Invitational. \u201cI PRed three times. I just PRed at the Chip Hills course.\u201d He broke his PR by almost 45 seconds the following week. It was Kailing\u2019s third-year of cross country and he said it was his best one. \u201cI\u2019m stronger, taller,\u201d he said, adding he did a lot of running during the summer. \u201cWe have practices in the summer and those were always fun to go to.\u201d Kailing was hoping the entire Reed City team could run at the state meet and the Coyotes just fell short. His race strategy throughout the year was \u201cget out fast, settle on a pace and have a kick at the end,\u201d Kailing said. He was also slated to do basketball in the winter and play golf in the spring. But he labeled basketball as his favorite sport. Kailing\u2019s cross country teams have had a lot of success. \u201cThe key has been working hard and having fun,\u201d he said.