REED CITY \u2013 Dylan Schebil is a Reed City junior who saw valuable experience as a sophomore last season and is hoping to push the Coyotes in having another excellent football campaign\/ \u201cI think it went pretty good,\u201d Schebil said of the 2019 season. \u201cIt was definitely disappointing not winning conference and having a short run in the conference. But I definitely think we\u2019ll break that this year and hopefully make a run in the playoffs. I definitely think we can win the conference this year.\u201d Reed City is off to a 3-0 start. Last year, Schebil played center and he returns this year as a tackle both ways. \u201cI really think the key is staying low and keeping your feet moving,\u201d Schebil said. \u201cIf you\u2019re lower than the guy in front of you, then they\u2019re kind of done for.\u201d Schebil considered himself to be a reliable center when it came to snapping the ball. \u201cI know I messed up a couple of times when it was wet,\u201d he recalled. Other than that, it worked out pretty good.\u201d As a defensive tackle \u201cI have a longer reach than most of the D linemen on our team,\u201d Schebil said. \u201cI favor offense more.\u201d Schebil attended the Reed City summer practice and recalls his reaction in mid-August when the MHSAA initially decided it would have football in the spring. \u201cI was disappointed and am unsure if they\u2019ll play in the spring,\u201d he said. \u201cBut I\u2019d rather have a season than no season.\u201d Two weeks later, the MHSAA decided to have the season in the fall. \u201cI really think we can move the ball up and down the field,\u201d Schebil said coming into the season. \u201cI think we\u2019ll be a force to be reckoned with. Central Montcalm will be a good team. I remember my freshman year Tri County was good.\u201d Schebil also runs track and plays basketball. But football is his favorite sport. \u201cI\u2019ve loved it ever since I was a little kid,\u201d he said.