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 celebrated its 2015 football season on Monday night with its annual postseason banquet in the school cafeteria.
Friday nights are becoming cooler, leaves will soon erupt in fall colors and the arrival of autumn is at hand, but Polk County's schedule already says what the calendar and weather are beginning to echo
The Polk County High School sticker is back on his truck, the Wolverine T-shirts and shorts are full-time dress once again and Bruce Ollis is a happier man because of it. "I feel like I'm where I'm supposed to be," Ollis said. "It's an awfully good feeling."
The cry of "offense" rang from Polk County's sideline, kicker Davis Derkach began walking back to the Wolverine bench and it became quickly apparent that there would be no overtime Friday night in Weaverville.
A Western Highlands Conference title may be out of Polk County's reach, but the three-game stretch awaiting the Wolverines may be the team's most important of the season
Polk County scored 22 unanswered points in the second half Friday night to hand R-S Central a 35-14 defeat in a non-conference clash in G.M. Tennant Stadium
Take a deeper look at Polk County's starting lineup throughout this season and one thing quickly jumps out - a number of underclassmen filling important roles.
R-S Central scored a pair of late touchdowns and stopped Polk County's comeback effort en route to a 28-7 win over the Wolverines on Friday.
"Stay active...Take care of your body...Get a good education..." Those were some of the words of wisdom spoken by residents of Tryon Estates to members of Polk County High School's football team as players and coaches visited on Tuesday.
MARSHALL - For many seasons, Jamie Thompson spent Friday nights watching Polk County games from the press box, sending down invaluable tips and suggestions...
Zach Searcy is enjoying being around this season's Polk County's junior varsity football team. Winning is merely adding to the fun - and there's been plenty of both of late.