EVART\u00a0\u2014 Loraine Foster is a sophomore for Evart\u2019s softball team which is striving to get better, especially now that the good weather has settled in and the Wildcats have a chance to see some valuable game-time. In mid-April when the Wildcats played at home against Glen Lake, it was their first shot at action this season.\u00a0 \u201cIt was a good day and the weather was great,\u201d said Foster, whose Wildcats hope to keep improving. \u201cWe need some hitting and (cover) some grounders and pop flies.\u201d Foster had a two-run single against Glen Lake. She\u2019s confident of her hitting potential. \u201cTheir pitchers were slow and it\u2019s harder to hit off (slower) pitchers,\u201d she said. \u201cWe\u2019re capable of hitting it. It\u2019s a matter of getting on base.\u201d First base, center field and some pitching will be among the duties this season for Foster. \u201cI like center field the best,\u201d she said. \u201cI like it out there. You\u2019re always on the move.\u201d As a fielder, Foster has confidence in her arm and glove. \u201cI \u00a0think we\u2019ll improve a lot,\u201d Foster said. \u201cWe need to keep doing what we\u2019re doing.\u201d Evart, 2-10 after a doubleheader sweep against Marion last week, was scheduled to play at McBain on Friday, but the game was rained out. Evart is home Friday against Pine River.