Talented both athletically and academically, Caroline Lee knew a difficult decision awaited regarding her college choice
Polk County head soccer coach Lennox Charles has been named the all-Western Highlands Conference co-coach of the year, with five Wolverines selected for the all-conference team
Polk County's boys soccer squad recently celebrated its 2016 season with its traditional season-ending banquet at Polk County High School
Another Rutherford County foe, another win for Polk County's boys soccer team. After knocking off Chase for its first win of the season, Polk County earned its second victory on Monday with a 6-3 triumph at R-S Central.
Polk County spent the final few minutes of Monday's showdown with Madison with backup goalkeeper Kendall Hall in the game at forward, the Wolverines looking to give the sophomore a chance to score a goal. It wasn't a scenario for which Polk head coach Lennox Charles had planned.
Josh Trejo remembers a time when Polk County soccer routinely advanced into the latter rounds of state playoff competition, when the program annually sent players such as himself on to play the sport at the college level
Four Polk County players have been named to the all-Western Highlands Conference boys soccer team for the 2017 season
The what-ifs can be dropped - Polk County is the undisputed boys soccer champion of the Western Highlands Conference.
Polk County remained tied Wednesday for the lead in the Western Highlands Conference girls soccer race, handing Owen a 2-1 defeat in a WHC match in Swannanoa
Polk County used its conference clash with Madison on Monday to focus on its passing and possession skills - while not forgetting to score a few goals along the way
Lennox Charles has spent the past 15 seasons focused on taking Polk County's boys soccer program to new heights. Now the program's all-time winningest coach is shifting his attention to the Wolverines' foundation.
St. Stephens notched a 5-1 victory over Polk County on Saturday in action at the Burns Showcase in Lawndale.
Signed, sealed and delivered since February as a future member of Southeastern Louisiana's soccer program, Caroline Lee was able to spend her final season at Polk County focusing solely on her on-field play.