REED CITY\u00a0\u2014 Lauren Voelker and Katelin Reed scored for Reed City in a 2-2 nonleague tie with Hart on Thursday. Voelker\u2019s goal came in the first half and Reed converted early in the second for a 2-0 lead. Aubrey Hetzler scored two goals for the Pirates, including one on a penalty kick. Reed remembers her goal very well. \u201cI remember hustling down, it was kicked in the center, the keeper got it, but (the ball) got loose and I kicked it in,\u201d Reed said. The play got rough at times. Hart fell to 1-3-1.\u00a0Emotions were high. \u201cI see a few things where we have to work on,\u201d said Hart coach Stacy Baylis, citing that her players were struggling to keep their emotions in check. \u201cIt was a high stressful game. We came off an emotional game on Tuesday. Our goalkeeper took a serious injury, so our girls were playing on a high level. They were a still playing on that high.\u201d \u201cIt was a physical game and sometimes we lost sight of the game and got involved in some of that other stuff,\u201d Reed City coach Bryan Hall said. Megan Rasmussen and Taya Martin were Hart\u2019s goalkeepers. Brenna Westhoff was Reed City\u2019s goalkeeper. Reed City (0-3-2) lost 8-4 to Grant on Wednesday. \u201cWe played well,\u201d Hall said after the Hart game. \u201c(Wednesday\u2019s game) showed them they could score goals. We made good passes and good possessions. We couldn\u2019t contain their speed. But I thought we held on. You don\u2019t often score four goals and lose by four goals. But it was still a good match and set us up (against Hart).\u201d Reed and Voelker scored two goals apiece. Reed City is at Kent City on Wednesday.