EVART\u00a0\u00a0\u2014 Zach Parshall is a sophomore on Evart\u2019s track team who will be looking to score points in the high jump and long jump, plus the discus this season. \u201cIn the jump, l really want to get at least 6-2,\u201d Parshall said. \u201cIn our first meet (indoors at Grand Valley), I got 5-10 and took fourth out of 45.\u201d He cleared 5-10 on his second jump. He got 5-8 at the MITCA state meet. \u201cI barely skimmed over it,\u201d Parshall recalled. \u201cIt was so close.\u201d In the high jump, \u201cI think I\u2019ve gotten natural at jumping,\u201d Parshall said. \u201cI wouldn\u2019t say I\u2019m the best. I think I have a way with my form. I have more of an unorthodoxed form.\u201d He\u2019s hoping for at least 18 feet in the long jump, his second best event. \u201cMy freshman year, I did long jump for maybe half the year and got 16-6,\u201d he said. \u201cIt was my PR. \u201cI just have to do what I know I can do.\u201d Parshall is looking forward to trying the discus. \u201cThe form is so hard for me right now,\u201d he said. \u201cBut I\u2019ll get it. I\u2019ll get it down.\u201d Parshall isn\u2019t quite sure yet how many points his team might produce in its events. \u201cI haven\u2019t seen a lot of the freshmen and how good they are,\u201d Parshall said. \u201cCody Pritchard may be tied for the fastest guy on the team.\u201d The Wildcats have had several meets canceled because of weather so far and are looking forward to seeing more action to zero in on goals that include going for another Highland Conference and MITCA title. Parshall indicated depth will help this team. \u201cI think we\u2019ll be fine,\u201d he said.