EVART\u00a0\u2014 Evart\u2019s football team has several juniors this season including two-way player Andruw Shaw, who is set to be a key performer for the Wildcats. He\u2019s a center and linebacker. It\u2019s his second year on the varsity. \u201cIt went pretty good, I did better than I thought I was going to do,\u201d Shaw said. He was able to make a smooth transition to the varsity as a sophomore. \u201cI just have to do my job, protect my quarterback and running backs and blocking the big guys,\u201d Shaw said. As a center, \u201cI just snap the ball and hit my guy at the same time,\u201d he said, adding Evart centers, in the Wildcat offensive setup can usually expect to hit a player as soon as he delivers the snap. Shaw snapped for both Trevin Ladd and Robbie Tapling, who were Evart\u2019s 2015 quarterbacks. Tapling stepped in for several weeks after Ladd was injured prior to the second game. \u201cThe first week he was iffy, but after that he was good,\u201d Shaw said. \u201cWith Trevin, we go shotgun a lot. With Robbie we went (under center).\u201d\u00a0 Tapling has graduated and Ladd is in his third season as quarterback. The key on the center-quarterback exchange is repetition, Shaw said. \u201cWe have the same offensive line as last year,\u201d he said. Shaw considers linebacker to be his best position. \u201cWe\u2019ll be hard hitting (in defense),\u201d Shaw said. Evart has gotten out to a 1-0 start following a 49-14 win against White Cloud. A highlight in 2015 was a win over perennial Highland Conference power Beal City. It was the Aggies\u2019 only league loss, but Evart\u2019s only conference win. \u201cWe have to come to practice, work hard and win every day,\u201d Shaw said.