Joel Booker will head to the South Atlantic League All-Star Game this week with a division title in hand
The Kannapolis Intimidators are sending five players, including former Polk County standout Joel Booker, to the 58th Annual South Atlantic League All-Star Game on June 20 at Spirit Communications Park in Columbia, S.C.
The Polk County Parks and Recreation Department is now accepting registration for swimming lessons at Gibson Park Pool. The department is offering lessons in Levels...
The Lady Wolverines basketball squad wrapped up its 2017 schedule last weekend at the Tiger Tussle Tournament in Rosman, winning the tournament championship
The Wolverine Basketball Skills Clinic for boys and girls will be held June 21-23 at Polk County High School
Tryon Elementary student Gunnar Alm had a weekend to remember on the baseball diamond
With summer vacation quickly approaching, a pair of athletic camps have been scheduled for the summer for interested girls in all grades.
The 01 Men’s Rutherford Rumble Soccer Team, led by Polk County High assistant soccer coach Josh Trejo and featuring several local players, recently captured...
Polk County Parks and Recreation is now accepting signups for its third annual Adult Summer Basketball League
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.
Freshman Sean Doyle had the fastest 800-meter run of his college career to date during the Duke Invitational held Friday and Saturday at Duke University
Former Polk County baseball standout Joel Booker will be continuing his professional career close to home. The Chicago White Sox have assigned Booker to their Class A affiliate in the South Atlantic League, the Kannapolis Intimidators
Polk County Volleyball Club showed Sunday why the future continues to be bright for the sport in the area