REED CITY \u2014 \u00a0Quinton Kichak has asserted himself as one of the most prolific scorers in the Central State Activities Athletic Association Gold Division. The Reed City senior ended his season with a 6-1 district loss to Benzie Central on Monday. But he has been producing plenty of scoring for the Coyotes. Kichak ended the week of Oct. 5 with 17 goals this season. The Coyotes have struggled offensively, but Kichak has been able to find the back of the net. \u201cI\u2019ve said time and time again that he\u2019s our horse,\u201d Reed City coach Cody Jacobs said. \u201cWe feel great with him on top. We\u2019re comfortable with him there. We definitely go by the beat of his drum.\u201d Jacobs has watched Kichak play in the past and has observed his senior is having one of his best seasons. \u201cThe best is always ahead of him,\u201d Jacobs said. \u201cWe ask him to do so many different things whether it \u00a0be playing defense or forward. He does a lot and always answers for us.\u201d Kichak indicated 2014 has been his best season. The Coyotes were 2-14 and hoping to have a strong end of the season. They lost 4-0 to Big Rapids recently but it was one of the best efforts the team had all season, Jacobs noted. \u201cWe\u2019ve been playing as hard as we can,\u201d Kichak said. \u201cWe have some things that need to be work on. We\u2019re a young team and we need to mature a little bit.\u201d With a young team, \u201cI work as hard as I can to maybe inspire them to work as hard as they can,\u201d he said.