REED CITY \u2014\u00a0 Reed City track coach Brent Michell is working with around 30 boys and around 16 girls on his two teams entering practices this week. Spring sports practices started on March 13. Spring break starts this week and there will be no meets until next month for the Coyotes. Comfortable weather allowed the Coyotes to be on the track for practices Monday. The numbers could grow as the practice season continues. \u201cWe have three of the four girls back who were on the state qualifying 4x1 relay team,\u201d Michell said, referring to Janelle Straathoff, Emily Libey and Meghan Borst. \u201cWe have a couple of other girls, one who ran with them most of the year on that playoff team, a pretty good athlete, Carmen Guy. We may have some other options there too. \u201cOur girls have some ability and some relays maybe. It\u2019s just so early to tell. We\u2019re really, really young. It\u2019s hard to know where we\u2019re at.\u201d Michell continues to work on his boys lineup. \u201cWe have some ninth-grade boys who ran successfully in eighth grade, but it\u2019s an entirely different animal from what they\u2019re up against this year,\u201d Michell said. \u201cThey will be good. It will be interesting to see how much they improve.\u201d The season starts April 4 at Manton. The Central State Activities Association Gold Division meet is May 8 at Chippewa Hills. A new track will be available next spring. Construction on it will start soon, Michell said. Reed City hasn\u2019t had a home meet in four years.