EVART \u2014 Evart is hoping the home field plays to its advantage when the Wildcats host the district tournament on Saturday for softball and baseball. The Wildcats will be scrimmaging at Farwell on Wednesday and then play the winner of McBain-Lake City in a semifinal district game on Saturday. In baseball, Evart swept both McBain and Lake City during the regular season in Highland Conference play. \u201cWhen we beat Lake City, they didn\u2019t have their No. 4 hitter, he was sitting both games,\u201d said Evart baseball coach George Sims. \u201cWe didn\u2019t have Tyler Wirth against Lake City. We played them two days after he broke his foot. We\u2019re hoping it will be healed by football. I did have Tyler for McBain and we won both games.\u201d Evart is 14-7 in baseball. The Wildcats softball team also will be off until Saturday when they play at home against Lake City or McBain in district action. \u201cI think it\u2019s wide open,\u201d said Evart coach Josh Johnson. \u201cIt comes down to who pitches well and plays good defense on that day.\u201d Evart is 16-9 in softball action.