REED CITY\u00a0\u2014 Brandon Wirth is trying to get the job done at two sports this season and, so far, as been coming through as a Reed City sophomore. Wirth has been scoring goals and making the plays for Reed City\u2019s soccer team. He also made his season cross country debut last month. At the Chippewa HiIls Invitational, he was seventh in the Blue Division (18:43.24). In soccer, it\u2019s his second varsity season. \u201cI don\u2019t think we were quite as prepared last year and we were kind of unsure on what our team was going to be like,\u201d Wirth said. \u201cI think we could have been sharper as a unit.\u201d Reed City was 1-2 in regular games last week. They\u2019ve been 1-3 in tournaments. \u201cI think we\u2019re looking pretty good,\u201d Wirth said. \u201cWe\u2019re improving day-by-day. We\u2019ll be ready.\u201d This season, Wirth has been slated to playing fullback or attack midfielder. \u201cFullback is different from what I played last year,\u201d he said. \u201cAttack mid is a lot more thinking and you\u2019re almost predicting every move your opposing players will do. You\u2019re trying to get into the best position to score.\u201d Wirth considers himself a strong all-around player with \u201cgood footwork, good vision, making plays and getting our team in the best position to succeed. \u201cI think we have a lot of potential,\u201d he said. \u201cWe all know we\u2019re young, but if we get on the same page, we can definitely make a move.\u201d In cross country, \u201cI want to go out there and be the best I can be,\u201d he said. \u201cI\u2019m in more of a leader role than I was last year.\u201d The schedules have worked out this season to where Wirth said he has no conflicts with soccer matches and cross country meets.