REED CITY\u00a0\u2014\u00a0Kyle Wright has gotten off to a flying start for the Reed City Coyotes but it\u2019s of little surprise to his coach. Wright had nine points and 11 rebounds on Dec. 10 in the season opener over Cadillac. Three days later at Morley Stanwood, he had 21 points and 19 rebounds. The Coyotes showed from the opening tip against Cadillac that they would be an active run-up-and-down the court type of team. \u201cWe\u2019re going to try to be fast paced,\u201d Wright said, while adding \u201cmoving our feet\u201d is the key to avoiding too many fouls which nearly cost the Coyotes the game against Cadillac. The Coyotes had 12 3-pointers against Cadillac and seven against Morley Stanwood. Driving to the basket and rebounding is his main role, Wright said. \u201cFinishing the play\u201d and free throws is what Wright hopes to work on as the season progresses. \u201cKyle Wright caused so many problems for them being on top,\u201d Reed City coach Dean McGuire said after the Cadillac game. \u201cHe can get in the lane anytime he wanted. Once he got in the lane, he made good decisions with it.\u201d The Coyotes opened the season with a win over a team that went to the Class B state semifinals last season. \u201cIt\u2019s a big win. It\u2019s always a tough game to start the year,\u201d Wright said. \u201cWe knew coming in they\u2019re a good team. They still are.\u201d Hustling and exercising more discipline will be the key to winning more games, Wright said. The Coyotes were home Tuesday night against Holton and are at Newaygo this Friday in their final game prior to the holiday break.