Polk County's football and cheerleading programs celebrated the fall season on Monday with an awards banquet in the school cafeteria.
From start to finish, the 2017 football season was anything but ordinary for Polk County's football program
Polk County has placed seven players on the 2017 all-Western Highlands Conference football team
Eerie. That's how one coach involved in Polk County's 1AA state football playoff game on Friday at Mount Airy described the confluence of historical data swirling around the matchup between the Wolverines and Granite Bears.
North Rowan undoubtedly had Friday night the best player on W.J. Miller Field. Not, though, the best team.
While the correct pronunication of Devin Panchyshyn's name may be a puzzle to some, rest assured that Polk County opponents know well the senior's name.
One of the best first-round matchups in this year's state football postseason may well be Friday in Columbus
Playing at home. Playing on the road. Playing somewhere.That's largely how Saturday fared for Polk County's football program as it awaited its first-round matchup...
Polk County will host North Rowan in the opening round of the 1AA football playoffs, according to official brackets released Saturday by the North Carolina High School Athletic Association.
Polk County delivered its fireworks early Friday night, then celebrated late. The Wolverines used three long runs to build a 28-8 halftime lead and got another big play in the second half en route to a 42-24 victory over Madison on Senior Night in G.M. Tennant Stadium.
Asked to give up the position he's played for two years, to no longer be the focal point of Polk County's offense, Dillon Overholt never hesitated in saying yes.
There is no such thing as a good loss in the book of football as read by Polk County head coach Bruce Ollis. But last week's 42-31 setback at Mountain Heritage comes as close to earning an entry as there is.