As have so many others in the area, Polk County tennis coach Richard Davis has been battling the flu, Thursday's match with Kings Mountain marking the first time he'd been near a tennis court in several days
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.
In 10 previous playoff appearances, Polk County's girls tennis program had one playoff win to its name. This year's Wolverines have now doubled that total - with an eye on more.
Polk County tuned up for Thursday's conference showdown with Owen with a 5-4 win over West Henderson on Wednesday in a non-conference match at Polk
Polk County won Monday its first boys tennis match since the 2013 season, defeating North Henderson 6-3 in Hendersonville.The Wolverines improved to 1-2 with...
Polk County's girls tennis team made its first Western Highlands Conference road trip a success on Thursday, sweeping Mountain Heritage 9-0 in Burnsville
Polk County will host Highland Tech in the first round of the state 1A dual team girls tennis playoffs
Polk County's boys tennis team continues to show marked improvement over last season, the Wolverines downing Avery County 6-3 on Tuesday for their second...
Polk County's tennis team got some good news Thursday with the return of junior Rhian Alley from a foot injury. Unfortunately, as has been the case this season for the Wolverines, bad news also came this week in the form on an injury to Alicia Twitty and a match Thursday with a very good Hendersonville team.
Polk County girls tennis coach Richard Davis has been named the All-Western North Carolina coach of the year by the Asheville Citizen-Times