Kara Overholt has always been a complete basketball player, one who throughout her Polk County career took as much pride in a good pass as...
ASHEVILLE - Polk County took away Calvary Baptist Day's top offensive threat Monday - and most of the Cougars' offense in the process. The Wolverines...
Polk County's Hayley Kropp and Jamal Wheeler have been selected to play in the Blue-White All-Star Game.
There were bright spots to be found Wednesday afternoon for Polk County's girls basketball squad as the Wolverines held their own for the final three quarters of their first-round matchup with North Henderson in the Knights Christmas Tournament
A rousing success in its debut, the Wolverine Alumni Basketball Game is set to once again reunite standouts from Polk County's basketball past
Some five weeks ago, Polk County routed Madison, improved its record to 3-3 and held high hopes for the games ahead. Tuesday night, Polk County again defeated Madison, and while that win ended a nine-game losing streak, hope once more lives on the Wolverine sideline.
Antoni Staley plans to infuse Polk County's boys basketball program with a mix of the life experiences he's had since graduating from the school in 1998.
Polk County's basketball teams suffered a long evening Friday in Hendersonville, dropping all four games to the host Bearcats in Western Highlands Conference play. The...
Polk County held off Landrum to earn a 27-25 victory Friday night in junior varsity girls basketball action at Polk County
Polk County's boys and girls basketball teams return to Christmas holiday tournament action this season, with the Polk boys heading to Cherokee and the Wolverine girls competing in Asheville.
Hayley Kropp set a new single-game school scoring record, Polk County delivered one of its best performances of the year and an enthusiastic home crowd witnessed it all. Senior Night couldn't have gone much better Friday for the Wolverines - save for the final score.
Brevard put together a second-half rally Friday and pulled away from Polk County, handing the Wolverines a 65-47 setback in a non-conference boys basketball meeting in Brevard
Playing well and nearly upsetting 3A North Buncombe were of little consoliation Tuesday night for Polk County's girls basketball team. That the Wolverines were so close to a win left frustration as the reigning emotion of the evening.
The road has been a long, sometimes difficult, one. But Jamal Wheeler's recruiting path now has a destination. The Polk County senior has decided to play basketball next season at Catawba Valley Community College,