The bright spots are becoming more frequent for Polk County head girls basketball coach Brandy Alm
The early-quarter blues again left Polk County seeing red Wednesday night. It has become a pattern this season for the Wolverines, a first-half stretch in which shots won't fall and the opponent builds a large lead. Landrum took advantage of that trend Wednesday to build a 24-point halftime edge, key to an 89-71 win over Polk County in a non-conference battle at Polk.
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.
North Buncombe quickly landed the knockout blow Tuesday to Polk County's hopes for a second straight victory
Brevard held Polk County to two points in an eight-minute span Saturday and went on to take a 63-36 win over the Wolverines in non-conference girls basketball action at Polk
The competitive runs are growing longer for Polk County's young girls basketball team. Now, says head coach Brandy Alm, it's just a matter of improving the fundamentals to continue that growth