REED CITY\u00a0\u2014 A turning point to Reed City\u2019s girls basketball season may have ironically come in the Coyotes 18th game, a 39-28 loss to Big Rapids. After that setback, the Coyotes bounced back with three straight wins, including a 48-41 district semifinal victory against the Cardinals. \u201cWe got behind right at the beginning and that kind of set us off,\u201d senior Megan Donley said after the 39-28 loss. \u201cAfter that, we didn\u2019t have a lot of momentum going and we couldn\u2019t connect. It was an off night.\u201d Big Rapids limited Reed City to 28 points in both regular-season games. \u201cOur strong suit on offense is against a man defense,\u201d Donley said. \u201cThey run a zone and that\u2019s our weakest offense. It\u2019s something we\u2019ll have to work on for districts.\u201d Considering the Cardinals scored almost 50 points in each district game, it would appear their offense got back in the groove. Working on rebounding and on offense and being more aggressive would be the key, Donley noted. \u201cWe have to keep working hard to get better,\u201d she said. \u201cI\u2019m trying to be really solid defensively.\u201d The Coyotes were 0-21 last season but bounced back to 9-11 going into districts.