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.
A return to Thursday night television highlights Polk County's 2016 football schedule
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
Polk County High School's football program will hold Meet the Coaches Night on Wednesday from 6-8 p.m. at Southern Manners in Columbus
Tough to say Friday night which gave Chase more problems - the warm, muggy weather or Polk County's defense. The Trojans had very little success battling either
North Rowan undoubtedly had Friday night the best player on W.J. Miller Field. Not, though, the best team.
The North Carolina High School Athletic Association has granted WMYA-TV the right to televise 10 live Thursday night high school football games during the upcoming 2016 high school football season, including Polk County's trip to Mitchell
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.
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
Polk County senior Jamal Wheeler will soon own a small piece of North Carolina football history.
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.
Owen has named T.C. Roberson assistant football coach Nathan Padgett as its new head football coach, replacing the retiring Kenny Ford.
It's often the area of the football field where recognition only comes in the form of a penalty flag, the mass of pounding bodies and mud and grime known as the offensive and defensive lines.