That different feeling in the air around Polk County football this week isn't just due to the arrival of autumn. The chase for a Western...
Polk County senior Jamal Wheeler may have completed his high school football career, but Wheeler's legacy will likely live on in the Wolverine football record book for some time.
Faith. Family. Friends. Football. Those were the pillars of Jamie Thompson's life long before he recently heard former Asheville High coach Danny Wilkins talk about...
As worried as Polk County head coach Bruce Ollis is this week about stopping Mitchell, he's equally as concerned about managing another potential enemy.
As the crack of shoulder pads echoed throughout Wolverine Stadium early, early Saturday morning, Polk County head football coach Jamie Thompson admitted only one thing could have made the night better
Football Friday nights wouldn't be the same without cheerleaders
Previously, in Polk County football. . . You may remember the Wolverines and their season-opening 30-14 victory over Chase two weeks ago. Then came a rare Week 2 open date, which has almost made Friday's home game with R-S Central feel like Return of the Season Opener.
North Rowan undoubtedly had Friday night the best player on W.J. Miller Field. Not, though, the best team.
Success in the Western Highlands Conference, at least according to Polk County head coach Jamie Thompson, is often a matter of who you play.
There are days when Polk County's Jamie Thompson is equal parts psychologist and football coach. Getting the Wolverines ready for games each week is often as much about mental preparation as physical. That is especially the case in weeks following a tough loss such as Friday's 19-14 setback against North Henderson.
Hendersonville scored on its first six possessions, building a 38-6 lead early in the third period and handing the Wolverines a 52-13 loss in the regular-season finale for both teams at Dietz Field
Bruce Ollis has been preparing Polk County for its four-game road trip by suggesting the time away could be a preview of the postseason. Given that, perhaps there's no better place to begin than the always playoff-like atmosphere at Pisgah.
Devin Panchyshyn remembers when he first began envisioning the scene that unfolded Tuesday morning at Polk County High School