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.
When J.D. Edwards came to Polk County prior to his sophomore season, one of the first friends he made was Wolverine baseball teammate Mark Mazzilli. Edwards will soon have the opportunity to once again share a dugout with Mazzilli.
Polk County jumped out to an 11-3 lead after three innings Tuesday and went on to post a 12-7 win over Avery in a Western Highlands Conference baseball battle in Newland
Polk County's junior varsity baseball squad won its third straight game on Tuesday, topping Madison 6-5 in a Western Highlands Conference game at Polk
One week after Owen's Brady Parker kept Wolverine hitters at bay, Madison's Trystan Jones did the same, allowing just two hits Tuesday in the Patriots' 11-1 five-inning win at Polk.
Owen righthander Brady Parker brought an end Tuesday night to Polk County's recent offensive surge. Parker held Polk County to three hits, striking out 13 Wolverines as Owen took a 3-0 victory in a Western Highlands Conference meeting at Polk.
One of the hottest teams currently wearing Polk County blue and white continued its good fortune on Tuesday. Polk County's junior varsity won for the fourth time in five games, defeating Owen 15-5 in a five-inning game at Polk.
Polk County scored in every inning, got solid pitching and stellar defense Thursday in handing East Henderson a 13-1 five-inning loss in non-conference baseball action in Flat Rock.