REED CITY \u2014 Reed City senior Schuyler Smith scored the winning basket at the overtime buzzer against Newaygo in Friday\u2019s 65-63 win. But he\u2019s been providing many other key contributions for the Coyotes so far this season. \u201cMost teams can\u2019t stay with us after we pressure them for three quarters,\u201d Smith said earlier in the week after his team defeated Evart 73-66. \u201cOne of their best players (Danny Griffin) fouled out and he was killing us. We picked our heads up and kept going hard.\u201d It\u2019s Smith\u2019s second year on the varsity. \u201cThey want me to be a leader,\u201d he said. \u201cThe main thing right now is keep my head, keep my cool. If I can do that, I can do so many things.\u201d Smith considers scoring to be among his strengths. \u201cMy defense needs to improve,\u201d he said. \u201cScoring is probably my best thing right now.\u201d Reed City has had two tough Central State Activities Association Gold Division wins over Tri County and Newaygo, and will resume league action in January. \u201cIf we get down we have to keep our heads up,\u201d Smith said. \u201cIf we do that, nothing can stop us.\u201d Smith is among the players who has added depth to the team. \u201cThere\u2019s not too many teams in our league that play 12 people like we do when we\u2019re fully healthy,\u201d Smith said. \u201cWhen it gets to the fourth quarter, it wears and tears on other teams. That\u2019s how we get wins.\u201d Reed City is at Fremont on Jan. 5 in nonleague action.