Dr. Angela Heider and her family of four would love to see the tennis community grow and prosper in Polk County. And they hope the free clinic they have planned for Friday will help fuel that grassroots effort.
Polk County Youth Football's 11 and 12-year old team ended a dominant season in style on Saturday
Former Polk County standout D.J. Twitty was one of five Methodist College football players recognized by the USA South on Thursday as the conference released its 2018 postseason awards
A free tennis clinic for players of all ages and abilities will be held November 24 at 10 a.m. at Polk County High School
The end of fall sports and the pending arrival of the winter sports season makes for a busy time for Polk County Parks and Recreation
Returning from a year's layoff due to injury, Wil Rimer has become a key contributor for Emory & Henry's men's soccer team
Former Polk County standouts Joel Booker and Danny Fraga are getting a taste of professional postseason baseball in their respective minor leagues
Polk County graduate Wil Rimer scored the first goal of his college career on Sunday in Emory & Henry's 6-0 win over Valley Forge in the Wasps' home opener
Polk County Parks and Recreation has opened registration for the 2017 fall volleyball season, with three leagues available for girls between the ages of 7 and 15
A trio of Polk County football players have been chosen to participate in games sponsored by the Youth Shrine Bowl of the Carolinas in December
Some two dozen Polk County graduates are currently playing college sports. PolkSports.com will be following their exploits throughout the 2017-2018 year. We want to make certain, though, that we’ve got an accurate list.
Polk County Parks and Recreation has extended its signup period for fall youth soccer until Friday
Polk County's Elysia Smith enjoyed a successful summer on the volleyball court, competing against some of the nation's top 12-and-under squads
The 2017 Polk County Parks and Recreation Adult Summer Basketball League recently wrapped up another successful season. This year saw nine competitive teams formed from a pool of 96 players
Daniel Fraga is a Frontier League All-Star for the second time in his minor league baseball career