REED CITY\u2014Andrea Pollaski has one week of practice in for the Reed City soccer team already but will be hoping for warmer weather this week. The Coyotes were inside all of last week at the middle school gym. Spring break is next week but the Coyotes are scheduled to have home matches on April 5 with Kingsley and April 7 with Hart. There will be voluntary workouts during the break. There are 20 girls on the team and there won\u2019t be a JV squad. \u201cI\u2019m hoping to get outside any time we can,\u201d Pollaski said. She likes the mixture of girls class-by-class. \u201cWe have three seniors, and six freshman coming in,\u201d Pollaski said. \u201cWe have a good mix.\u201d COVID was raging in full course last year and teams were required to wear masks. It\u2019s more normal this year. Some girls committed to offseason soccer. \u201cWe have a couple of girls who play indoor during the winter,\u201d Pollaski said. \u201cEven that\u2019s just six players We have a team that\u2019s full of athletes and not so much only soccer players.\u201d If the weather cooperates the Coyotes are likely to play a lot of matches early. After their two home matches, they are slated to play on April 9 at McBain Northern Michigan Christian, at Kent City on April 14, at home with Tri County on April 16 and at Newaygo on April 20. The regular season ends with home matches on May 11 with Big Rapids, followed by the Central State Activities Association Gold Division tournament.