Reed City senior football player looking for a strong end to the season


REED CITY – The Reed City boys’ soccer team have fought for wins this season with Aiden Mieras providing valuable leadership to the Coyotes.

It’s his fourth year of college football and he’s looking to be at his best.

“I can get the ball down the pitch really well,” he said. “I have to work my shots. I can definitely get it there.

The most goals Mieras has scored in a season so far is 13. He said at the start of the season that he hoped to surpass that mark.

“It is going to be difficult but I will keep trying,” he said, adding that the key is “don’t give up and keep your head up.”

The season has been a challenge for a young team.

“Only time will tell,” Mieras said. “We can’t let go and have to keep our heads up. “

Mieras also kicks off for the football team.

“The farthest I have thrown in a game is 56 yards,” he said. “After soccer, I go to (soccer practice) for about half an hour. “

Mieras was also part of the Reed City track team in the spring.

Reed City were scheduled to play Fremont this week. The Coyotes host Big Rapids on Thursday and then host Hart on Saturday to close out the regular season. The Central State Activities Association tournament games are scheduled for next week on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.