REED CITY \u2014\u00a0The Big Rapids varsity girls soccer team remained undefeated after an 8-0 victory over rival Reed City on Monday. \u201cOur team did what was asked of them,\u201d Big Rapids coach Curt Ray said. \u201cThey didn\u2019t go in there and try to take anything cheap, and it worked for what they put on the board. Each goal was well earned and organized, which is what we are looking for.\u201d Despite Reed City\u2019s 1-4 record, Ray didn\u2019t want his team to take them lightly, focusing on execution. \u201cWe knew they were having a tough year,\u201d Ray said. \u201cBut we were still specific on what we wanted (our team) to do as far as offense and defense. We just wanted to make sure\u00a0they played a clean game.\u201d The Grant girls soccer team received two multi-goal performances (April 15), beating Reed City 8-0 by mercy rule. Tigers\u2019 senior Nicole Majeske scored four goals, including the first three of the game. Sophomore Halley Robinson scored the last two goals of the contest on her way to a three-goal showing. Senior Ida Stenbraaten was the only other Tiger to score, sending a rebound past Reed City junior goaltender Brenna Westhoff. The goal put the game to 6-0 at 36:33 in the first half. \u201cWe are struggling to find our positions,\u201d Reed City coach Bryan Hall said. \u201cWe are still having to move girls around, but when you play good teams, it doesn\u2019t matter what you do. Teams are running through us right now.\u201d Hall said the loss had nothing to do with the team\u2019s effort. \u201cIt\u2019s hard to move forward, but I can\u2019t fault the girls,\u201d Hall said. \u201cThey worked hard and played hard through some stuff where they were really getting lit up there for a while. But they didn\u2019t quit, they didn\u2019t fight back cheap or anything. They just played soccer.\u201d Reed City sophomores Katelin Reed and Katelyn Latin went down with injuries during the contest. \u201cGetting a couple injuries is going to hurt us,\u201d Reed City junior Liza Emington said. \u201cAlso, we have a lot of first-time players and it\u2019s hard to transition the ball when you don\u2019t have experience on the field. We can\u2019t get the ball out of our defense if we don\u2019t have that transition.\u201d Emington said despite the poor outing, the Coyotes defense is showing resilience. \u201cThey have been doing a pretty good job of turning the ball out,\u2019 Emington said. \u201cThey were just stuck with some one-on-one\u2019s, that\u2019s what hurt us.\u201d Hall said the team\u2019s schedule doesn\u2019t get easier but he is still confident in the group\u2019s work ethic. \u201cWe are going to try and battle everyone we go up against,\u201d he said. Reed City is at Kent City Wednesday and at Lakeview Monday.