REED CITY \u2013 Reed City has emerged as a strong wrestling team this season, led by some talented athletes including Logan Kindig, a freshman who is in his second season. He wrestled on the seventh grade level but did not participate last season. \u201cLast year, I was working,\u201d Kindig said. \u201cI think I\u2019ve been pretty close to where I was.\u201d His best effort so far this season was in the Reed City Rumble over the holidays with a 5-0 record. He\u2019s been at 130 pounds. He\u2019s hoping to be a conference contender at that class. \u201cI just need to wrestle smart,\u201d Kindig said. \u201cI need to work on my bottom.\u201d \u201cWe\u2019re looking good this year,\u201d Kindig said. He also played junior varsity football. But he looks at being on varsity as a wrestler as \u201can accomplishment.\u201d Kindig also played baseball at one time and calls wrestling his favorite sport. Reed City will have a road CSAA match with Grant and Fremont on Jan. 19. The Coyotes have their annual home invitational on Jan. 22 with opponents including Houghton Lake, Saginaw Swan Valley, Ithaca, Durand, Manton, Midland Bullock Creek Newaygo, Central Montcalm, Tri County, Big Rapids, Farwell, Wyoming Lee, Kalkaska and Evart. Reed City is at Gaylord on Jan. 29 and home with Cadillac and Pine River on Feb. 3.