The phone call that changed Ty Stott's life rang his dorm room at USC Spartanburg on an ordinary autumn afternoon. On the other end of the line spoke Jeff Wilson, Polk County High School's head baseball coach at the time but preparing to make a move to lead the Wolverine softball program. Apply for the opening, Wilson said. Come back home to Polk County. And suddenly Stott cared only about the job he never knew he wanted.
Veteran Polk County coach Ty Stott has decided to step down as the leader of the Wolverines' baseball program after 21 seasons
Polk County's offense, according to head coach Ty Stott, has quietly been its strength this season. The Wolverines loudly showed that on Wednesday.
In each of the final two innings Tuesday, Polk County had two outs on the scoreboard and Hendersonville stopped from adding any runs in the inning. Unfortunately for the Wolverines, the third and final out in each frame proved too long in coming.