REED CITY\u00a0\u2014 Matt McGahey is in his junior wrestling season for the Reed City Coyotes and is hoping for his best one. McGahey was at 112 pounds last season. He\u2019s been wrestling 11 years overall. He was disappointed with his sophomore season. \u201cI liked my freshman year a lot better,\u201d he said, adding that in 2012-13, \u201cI was down on myself and things just didn\u2019t come together. It was a bad season.\u201d He qualified for the state finals as a freshman. His goals for this year are \u201cmake it to state again,\u201d McGahey said, noting that he did a lot of offseason wrestling work and also ran cross country in the fall. The Coyotes open the season Dec. 11 at home in a quad meet. Other home dates are Jan. 4 for a team invitational, Jan. 22 for a CSAA double dual and Jan. 25 for an individual tournament. \u201cWe have a very solid, a very athletic group from what I see,\u201d McGahey said. \u201cWe\u2019re going to have some good wrestlers this year. If we all work hard and stay focused, we should have several people going to state tournament.\u201d He\u2019s hoping to have successes similar to his freshman year. He\u2019ll be at 119 pounds. \u201cI\u2019m good on top and I\u2019m working on my takedowns,\u201d he said. \u201cI\u2019m going to give it my all and I\u2019m not going to be afraid to lose. I think that was my problem last year. I was too afraid to lose to the point where I did lose.\u201d It\u2019s only November and championship postseason action comes in February when McGahey hopes to be at his best.