Former Polk County tennis player Natalie Hilbig is off to a great start at Mars Hill this fall. Hilbig won both of her doubles matches...
The Bright's Creek 5K Turkey Trot and 1-Mile Fun Run, benefitting the Polk County High track program, will be held Friday beginning at 10:30 a.m. at the resort in Mill Spring.
Polk County High graduate Anthony Marino won three events Saturday at the World Natural Powerlifting Federation Furman Challenge event at Furman University
The Polk County Volleyball Club 14U squad placed fifth in the Gold Bracket of the SAVL Spring Madness (Power Division) tourney this weekend in Spartanburg
CHAPEL HILL— Dr. Bill Miller, superintendent of Polk County Schools, will serve as president of the North Carolina High School Board of Directors for...
With a number of Polk County players involved, Xcel Volleyball had a solid showing last weekend at the AAU Maroon and Orange Super Regional in Blacksburg, Va.
Joel Booker's first season with the University of Iowa baseball program was a learning process, and it made him better.
Joel Booker just wants a chance. And why shouldn't some Major League Baseball team give him one? After all, Booker has always made the most of his opportunities - standout at Polk County, standout at Indian Hills Community College, standout at the University of Iowa. Production at every level to date.
The regular season came to an end Saturday for Polk County Youth Football, with three of its four teams qualifying for postseason play.
One season into his college athletic career, Mitchell Brown decided his future needed to look a bit more like his past. Thus the former Polk County standout is leaving Winston-Salem State, where he had a successful freshman cross country season, and transferring to Gardner-Webb, where he will be part of the Bulldogs' cross country and track and field programs.
The 2015 Cycle North Carolina "Mountains to Coast" bicycle ride is passing through Polk County on Monday, with riders slated to make a stop in Columbus.
A number of Polk County graduates are hard at work this spring, competing for their college teams in a variety of sports
Daniel Fraga is small in stature but big on heart. So, I promised Daniel Fraga, the 24-year old second baseman for the Florence Freedom, that...