EVART\u00a0\u2014 Sometimes, it almost looks like spring for the Evart summer baseball team. True, it\u2019s not as cold and snow flurries haven\u2019t been hitting the area lately. But rainy weather has been postponing various games lately. The Wildcats were postponed last Wednesday. The Monday before, they got in a doubleheader with Manton. \u201cI have like a Pony League team out there against some varsity an JV-like kids,\u201d Evart coach Josh Johnson said. \u201cI thought they did all right, leaning some of the stuff they\u2019ll have to learn on the big field next year. Learning baseball on the big field is a big thing with those kids.\u201d Nolan VanOrder, Trevin Ladd and Lane Nadig are among the key players on the team along with Josh Dorn, who will be a freshman next season. \u201cI\u2019m pretty sure he\u2019ll make the transition to the varsity,\u201d Johnson said. \u201cHe has no trouble adjusting to high school pitching. I\u2019ve got a few kids doing the same thing. But he\u2019s picked up on this high-caliber pitching very quickly. I\u2019m excited to have him next year for sure, and all those young kids. They\u2019re getting some good experience.\u201d This week, the Wildcats are scheduled to be home with Pine River on Wednesday and at Reed City next Monday. The final summer game is July 2 at home.