Polk County sophomore Hannah Jenne capped an outstanding first season as a Wolverine by winning the Western Highlands Conference singles championship during last week's conference tournament at Avery
Polk County improved its record to 2-2 on Tuesday, handing R-S Central a 5-3 defeat in boys tennis action in Rutherfordton
Richard Davis is optimistic that Polk County's boys tennis team can be a factor in the Western Highlands Conference race this season. The Wolverines have...
Polk County's Alivia Livesay has been named to the North Carolina High School Tennis Coaches Association's 2A all-region team. Livesay, a senior, won the Western...
West Henderson rolled to a 9-0 win Monday over Polk County in a season-opening boys tennis match at Polk
Polk County's boys tennis team continued its chase for a Western Highlands Conference title on Tuesday, handing Hendersonville a 7-2 defeat in a WHC match in Hendersonville
Polk County's girls tennis team tuned up for the start of Western Highlands Conference play with a 9-0 win Monday at East Rutherford in non-conference play
Polk County's Alivia Livesay won both of her matches Friday at the 2A Western Regional tennis tournament at Gardner-Webb, earning a berth in next...
Polk County served notice Thursday that it may well play a key role in the Western Highlands Conference boys tennis race this spring
Hendersonville's girls tennis team showed Tuesday why they may be a force to reckon with in the state 2A playoffs, rolling past Polk County 8-1 in a non-conference match at Polk
Battling cramps, playing through tears, darkness falling upon the Polk County tennis courts – it seemed at times Wednesday that the day wasn’t meant...
Brilliant sunshine gave way to gray skies late Tuesday during Polk County's key conference match with Mountain Heritage. Which, in many ways, summed up the first two days of the week for the Wolverines.
Polk County ended its regular season on Wednesday, dropping a 7-2 decision to Kings Mountain in a non-conference tennis match at Polk.
T.C. Roberson showed Monday that it indeed has one of the top girls tennis teams in Western North Carolina, posting an 8-1 win over Polk County in a non-conference match in Skyland