Brent and Vikki Michell return as the husband-and-wife coaching combination for the Reed City boys and girls track teams, which might have low numbers again, along with plenty of quality. Last week, Brent Michell was working with about 26 boys. \u201cBut every night, we have more, it\u2019s only the fourth day of practice,\u201d he said on Thursday. Reed City is scheduled to compete Friday in an indoor meet at Grand Valley. \u201cThat will be our only indoor meet this year,\u201d Michell said, adding that the first outdoor meet will be April 14 at home against Mesick and Evart. Brian Michell, a senior is expected to be among the team\u2019s top point producers in the pole vault, along with Joe Oehrli in the 800 and 3,200 meters and Eric Reed in the sprints. Eric and Michael Bradford will also be in the sprints. Dakota Gogolowski will be in the shot put and discus. Reed \u201cwas competitive last year as a sophomore,\u201d Michell said. \u201cI think he\u2019ll do very well this year.\u201d As of late last week, Vikki Michell was working with 10 athletes on the girls side. But Mitchell is optimistic over her team\u2019s sprinters and Kristen Forman in the distances. Her daughter, Sami Michell, is the returning state champion in the 100 hurdles and runner-up in the 300 hurdles. She\u2019ll be in both hurdles this season and perhaps in other events. Nicolle Ostrander will return for her fourth season and will see action in the 100, sprint relays and long jump. \u201cThe rest of them are pretty much new,\u201d Michell said.