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.
Bruce Ollis hopes a large crowd will pack the home stands in G.M. Tennant Stadium on Thursday night, both to showcase Polk County for a regional television audience and to provide backing for the Wolverines in a vitally important conference clash
They held a fireworks display late Friday night at Avery High School, which seemed unfortunate given the thick fog that lingered over MacDonald Stadium most of the evening. Not to mention the third-quarter fireworks that Polk County's offense had already delivered.
Unhappy with Polk County's performance in the first half last week at Owen, head coach Bruce Ollis challenged his team in the locker room, looking especially for improvement on the offensive side
It took Polk County's offense some time Friday night to finally find the end zone.Once the Wolverines did, they kept going back. Often. Quickly.Elijah...
BOSTIC - For a quarter Friday night, Polk County's trip to East Rutherford had a familiar feel - and not a welcome one.Largely following...
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.
When playoffs begin this fall in football, boys soccer and volleyball, the ratings produced by MaxPreps will play a large role in determining what teams qualify and where those teams are seeded
CANTON - Finally, Polk County ran out of haymakers.For three quarters Friday night, the Wolverines stood toe to toe and traded blows with Pisgah,...
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.
Jamie Thompson has returned this season to spending Friday nights overlooking whatever field on which Polk County is playing. So far, the view has been good.
A difficult month on the road awaits Polk County's football team, which made Friday's Homecoming rout of East Henderson even more worth savoring. There were certainly were plenty of moments to appreciate