Polk County is the second seed in the 1A West and will receive a first-round bye in the state volleyball playoffs, according to official brackets released Thursday by the North Carolina High School Athletic Association
Polk County's return to state 1A playoff competition couldn't have gone much better Wednesday. The Wolverines' girls tennis team, competing in the first 1A postseason...
As worried as Polk County head coach Bruce Ollis is this week about stopping Mitchell, he's equally as concerned about managing another potential enemy.
Polk County completed a perfect run through its Western Highlands Conference schedule on Tuesday, sweeping Madison in straight sets in Marshall
Bruce Ollis hopes a large crowd will pack the home stands in G.M. Tennant Stadium on Thursday night, both to showcase Polk County for a regional television audience and to provide backing for the Wolverines in a vitally important conference clash
Polk County will host Highland Tech in the first round of the state 1A dual team girls tennis playoffs
It wasn't the full 80 minutes of solid execution that Polk County boys soccer coach Josh Trejo wants to see. But Polk County's 4-1 win Saturday over Highlands served as the latest indicator that the Wolverines may be hitting their stride ahead of one of their most important games of the season.
Polk County's cross country teams battled heat and humidity Saturday to earn a good showing in the Trailblazer Invitational meet in Gray, Tenn.
They held a fireworks display late Friday night at Avery High School, which seemed unfortunate given the thick fog that lingered over MacDonald Stadium most of the evening. Not to mention the third-quarter fireworks that Polk County's offense had already delivered.
Triple Threat completed a championship triple Thursday night
Unhappy with Polk County's performance in the first half last week at Owen, head coach Bruce Ollis challenged his team in the locker room, looking especially for improvement on the offensive side
Polk County junior Morgan Stott earned all-conference honors Monday during the Western Highlands Conference golf tournament at Grassy Creek Golf and Country Club in Spruce Pine
Polk County freshman Julia Griffin captured the WHC singles championship, earning an 8-5 win over Avery's Hannah Rice to become the second straight Wolverine to claim the league title and earning a berth in next week's 1A West Regional in Elkin.
Polk County stepped up its offensive effort and took a step up the Western Highlands Conference standings as well