BALDWIN\u00a0\u2014 When her Evart girls basketball team opened the regular season with a win over Farwell recently, senior Tabby Turley knows exactly what it felt like. \u201cIt\u2019s a great feeling,\u201d she smiled. The Wildcats struggled through a winless season a year ago but appear ready to have plenty of success this season. Against Farwell, the Wildcats were able to turn things around in the middle of the game. \u201cIn the fourth quarter, Kristin (Kullman) hit some threes and that kind of got up our spirits,\u201d Turley said. \u201cWe\u2019ve been playing a lot this summer. We know each other a little more and have a good feeling of who will do what.\u201d It\u2019s a factor that paid off in the win over Farwell. \u201cWe had a few plays with Mara (VanOrder) and Kristin and they both knew what they were going to do,\u201d Turley said. \u201cIt was up to the rest of us.\u201d Turley realizes that protecting the ball and cutting down on turnovers will be a key for Evart\u2019s success. \u201cWe had a few turnovers that should not have happened,\u201d Turley said. \u201cBut it\u2019s our first game.\u201d The Wildcats also hope to avoid foul trouble. They had two players foul out against Farwell. \u201cIt\u2019s a good thing we played aggressive and fouled out, but it was some of our better players and we could have used them,\u201d Turley said. \u201cWe have enough players to where we can finish off a game if someone fouls out.\u201d Turley smiled while reminiscing how teammate Kullman scored 27 points. \u201cShe\u2019s a great basketball player,\u201d Turley said. \u201cHer shot has become amazing in the last couple of years.\u201d It was only one win, but a big one, Turley agreed, in giving her team confidence for the future. \u201cTalking, communicating, just moving the ball and pushing it,\u201d will be keys for the Wildcats in each game, she added.