Four Polk County players have been named to the all-Western Highlands Conference boys soccer team for the 2017 season
Josh Trejo couldn't have been more proud of how Polk County's soccer season came to an end
Polk County overcame a bit of adversity - not to mention Mountain Island Charter School - to remain alive Wednesday in the state 1A boys soccer playoffs
Polk County's boys soccer team has received the 15th seed in the 1A West Regional and will host Mountain Island Charter in the first round of the state playoffs, according to official brackets released Monday by the North Carolina High School Athletic Association
Luis Hernandez celebrated Senior Night on Tuesday with a hat trick to lead Polk County to a 4-1 victory over Mountain Heritage in a Western Highlands Conference match in G.M. Tennant Stadium
It wasn't the full 80 minutes of solid execution that Polk County boys soccer coach Josh Trejo wants to see. But Polk County's 4-1 win Saturday over Highlands served as the latest indicator that the Wolverines may be hitting their stride ahead of one of their most important games of the season.
Polk County stepped up its offensive effort and took a step up the Western Highlands Conference standings as well
Polk County tallied once in each overtime period Wednesday to hand Mountain Heritage a 3-1 setback in a Western Highlands Conference match in Burnsville
Ethan Edwards scored three goals as Polk County romped to an 8-0 win over Mitchell in a Western Highlands Conference soccer match Monday in G.M. Tennant Stadium
Frustration built upon frustration Wednesday night for Polk County's boys soccer team. The Wolverines pressured Avery throughout the second half of their Western Highlands Conference clash in G.M. Tennant Stadium, but could never get a breakthrough goal en route to a 1-0 loss to the Vikings.
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.
Thirteen minutes and a one-goal lead for Polk County to maintain for Josh Trejo's first career victory and the Wolverines' head coach was feeling a tad nervous
Perhaps shaking off the rest from a two-week layoff, Polk County battled Smoky Mountain on nearly even terms until late in the match when the Mustangs pulled away Wednesday for a 2-1 victory in a non-conference boys soccer match in Sylva
Hendersonville scored a pair of second-half goals and made that lead stick Wednesday in topping Polk County 2-1 in non-conference boys soccer action at Dietz Field