Polk County opened its wrestling season Tuesday with a split of its tri-match at Christ School, defeating the host Greenies before falling to East Henderson.
A trio of Polk County runners will take on some of the region's best indoor track competitors at this weekend's David Oliver Classic at JDL Fast Track in Winston-Salem.
Polk County senior Sean Doyle placed second Saturday in the 2A West cross country regional in Morganton, earning a berth in next week's state championship meet.
All Hayley Kropp ever wanted to be is the best basketball player in Polk County history
Brandon Ridings tossed a six-hitter Wednesday to lead Polk County's junior varsity to its first win of the season, a 7-2 win over Landrum at Polk
Ashley Love and Caroline Lee teamed on Polk County's final two goals Thursday as the Wolverines rallied from a 2-0 deficit to defeat North Henderson 3-2 in a non-conference girls soccer match in Wolverine Stadium.
Polk County head baseball coach Ty Stott has no doubt that Mark Mazzilli will find success when he begins his collegiate baseball career at...
In so many ways, Saturday evening came down to missed opportunities for Polk County's girls soccer team.
Polk County approached Saturday's state 2A track and field championships with a plan - go all out in the first event of the day,...
Polk County wrapped up its preseason schedule on Friday, dropping a 6-0 two-quarter decision to Burns at the Cleveland County Jamboree at Crest High School
Polk County High School's boys soccer team will hold a fundraising dinner, catered by Fatz Cafe, on Sept. 17 from 5-7 p.m. in the school cafeteria
Jonah Wyatt made seven saves and Polk County scored the first three goals Monday en route to a 3-1 win over Mountain Hertage in a Western Highlands Conference match in Burnsville
For at least three quarters Friday night, nearly everything worked as planned for Polk County
Seconds remaining, an Owen shot screaming toward the goal, Polk County defender Carson Marshall had just one thought Wednesday night. "I saw it coming and thought, 'Uh-oh'," Marshall said.