EVART \u2014 Cam Martin is in his senior season for Evart\u2019s varsity basketball team, but said his senior year didn\u2019t quite go \u201cas planned.\u201d Teamwise, the Wildcats didn\u2019t win as many games as they would have preferred. His transition went OK, Martin indicated. \u201cI came off the bench and ran offense,\u201d he said. \u201cI\u2019ll be starting and running the offense.\u201d Both roles are mainly the same, he added. As a player, \u201cI\u2019m a good shooter and dribbler,\u201d Martin said. \u201cI give the ball to my teammates.\u201d Martin is confident he can be a good shooter for the Wildcats, including with 3-point attempts. \u201cYou have to get shots up in practice.\u201d The Wildcats are entering their third week of practice. \u201cI think we\u2019re going to be good this year,\u201d Martin said. Evart graduated key players\u00a0from last season such as Danny Griffin, now at Olivet. But\u00a0Martin is confident enough talent is returning to make\u00a0the Wildcats a dangerous squad this season. \u201cI think we\u2019ll play good team defense and work the ball to our center Nick (Sylvester),\u201d\u00a0Martin said.