Polk County linebacker Khiree Green delivered a highlight moment for the Wolverines in Friday's 41-14 win at Madison, returning a fumble 44 yards for...
Polk County senior Jamal Wheeler has been named the all-Western Highlands Conference football athlete of the year, leading six Wolverines named to the all-WHC team.
It could have been much easier, probably should have been much easier Friday night for Polk County. Instead, take your pick of phrases that described the ending of the Wolverines' Western Highlands Conference opener at Madison - nail-biter, thriller, cliffhanger.
For the third consecutive season, Polk County and Mitchell will square off on the football field in front of a live television audience
BURNSVILLE - Polk County gave itself the chance Friday night that few expected them to have. Mountain Heritage left E.L. Briggs Stadium with its perfect...
The bright lights of television will shine Thursday night in Polk County when WMYA-TV airs the Mitchell at Polk County football game, the first Western North Carolina football game to be broadcast live.
Polk County wrapped up its preseason schedule on Friday, dropping a 6-0 two-quarter decision to Burns at the Cleveland County Jamboree at Crest High School
Polk County head football coach Bruce Ollis will make no fiery pregame speech before Friday's Thermal Belt rivalry game with Landrum, will not urge...
Polk County has placed seven players on the 2017 all-Western Highlands Conference football team
Polk County has earned the 15th seed in the 2A West bracket and will head to Thomasville for the opening round of the state football playoffs.
It isn't welcome, but preparing for Landrum with a sub-.500 record isn't an unfamiliar feeling this week for Polk County's football team. In each of...
Given an unexpected week off after the long grind of the regular season, Polk County head football coach Jamie Thompson decided some time away from the field might be a good use of that break.
Bruce Ollis isn't a fan of moral victories. But the veteran Polk County head coach admits there were some positives to take from last week's 49-28 loss at Pisgah.
As he begins the second year of his second stint at Polk County, Bruce Ollis has a secondary goal in focus for the Wolverine football program