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Polk County senior Jamal Wheeler may have completed his high school football career, but Wheeler's legacy will likely live on in the Wolverine football record book for some time.
As he waited to take the field for Western Carolina's Senior Day festivities, Tyler Philpott began thinking. Thinking about playing early in his career in...
Polk County's indoor track season doesn't truly open for two more weeks, but that didn't stop senior Sean Doyle from setting a school record Thursday.
It's been seven years since a Polk County football team didn't have a second-round playoff game to worry about, seven years in which perhaps the Wolverines came to expect to still be playing when mid-November arrives.
Polk County's boys basketball team held its final preseason scrimmage on Wednesday, hosting Chase and Franklin in a three-team event.
Polk County opened its wrestling season Tuesday with a split of its tri-match at Christ School, defeating the host Greenies before falling to East Henderson.
Polk County boys basketball fans can get their first look at this year's Wolverines during a three-team scrimmage Wednesday at Polk County.
Polk County's wrestling team opens its regular season on Tuesday, traveling to Christ School for a tri-match with the Greenies and East Henderson. With football season having just ended Friday, head coach Phillip Miller gave those players the option to take this week off before reporting for practice.
When Carrie Baris's sister suggested Carrie follow her lead and take up a new sport, one that involved both riding on and running with horses, Carrie wasn't exactly certain whether to stay that course or not.
Columbus' Jennifer Fisher added another trophy to her collection on Saturday, finishing as the top female in the Tryon Half Marathon in Tryon.