Polk County's basketball season came to an end Monday night as Mitchell swept the Wolverine girls and boys in the opening round of the Western Highlands Conference tournament in Bakersville
Polk County's boys and girls will travel Monday to Mitchell for the opening round of the Western Highlands Conference basketball tournament
Polk County senior lineman Devin Panchyshyn has verbally committed to play football at Maryville College
Polk County's wrestling season came to an end Saturday - with much promise for the future
Polk County's indoor track and field teams each placed in the top 10 at the 2018 2A/1A Indoor Track and Field Championship held Friday at JDL Fast Track in Winston-Salem
No shoes, no problem for Jake Justice. The Polk County junior reached Friday's state 2A/1A indoor track state championship meet in Winston-Salem without his shoes. So he borrowed a pair from teammate Matias Akers - and soared into Wolverine history.
Izzy Jackson wasn't certain if she would come home from Friday's state 2A/1A indoor track championships with a medal. And she didn't bring one back from Winston-Salem. She brought two.
A pair of top-10 finishes, a state champion and a handful of other medal winners. No wonder Polk County track and field coach Alan Peoples kept breaking into a smile Friday evening.
Polk County wrestlers will have to fight through the consolation bracket Saturday to earn a berth in the state 1A wrestling tournament
Polk County Parks and Recreation will be accepting signups for the upcoming youth baseball and softball seasons through Friday, Feb. 16
A dozen Polk County wrestlers will begin competition Friday in the 1A West Regional tournament at Avery High School in Newland
Alan Peoples thinks Polk County's indoor track squads each have a shot at finishing in the top 10 at Friday's state championships. A sizable group of qualifiers is key to Peoples' optimism.
Polk County Middle School is gearing up for the spring athletic season with a handful of new faces on its coaching staff
A 44-39 loss Monday night in its season finale didn't deter from what has been a successful season for Polk County's junior varsity girls basketball squad