Polk County's indoor track teams enjoyed another solid performance on Wednesday in the Polar Bear I indoor track meet in G.M. Tennant Stadium.
It's still early, but Polk County's indoor track teams are showing signs that this could be a special season
Polk County's indoor track athletes opened the 2017-18 season on Thursday with a solid performance in the Arctic Knights 01 meet at Asheville High...
Troy Lieberman's pole vaulting career will continue. The 2017 Polk County graduate recently signed a letter-of-intent to join the track and field program at Montreat College
Polk County brought home a pair of medals and a pair of 17th-place team finishes in Friday's state 2A track and field championships, held at North Carolina A&T State University.
A knowing smile crosses the face of Polk County head track and field coach Alan Peoples when talking about Friday's state 2A championships
The voice has graced Polk County High School talent shows and sporting events, and many who have heard India Godlock sing on those occasions have marveled at how such a strong voice could originate from one so small in stature
Polk County made its final 2A West Regional a memorable experience. Hosting teams from Charlotte to Franklin Saturday in the regional meet in G.M. Tennant Stadium, the Wolverines posted 13 qualifying finishes for Friday's state 2A championship meet, winning two regional titles and setting a school record
Polk County track and field athletes will make their final run at a berth in the state 2A championships when the Wolverines host the 2A West Regional on Saturday in G.M. Tennant Stadium
The Polk County High School track and field team has been named as one of the 2A recipients of the North Carolina High School Athletic Association's 2017 Commissioner's Cup
Polk County's boys and girls track teams each earned runner-up finishes Tuesday in the Western Highlands Conference track and field championship meet at Lees-McRae College
Polk County's girls track team began gearing up for the final month of the season on Thursday, winning an eight-team meet held at Landrum
Polk County has received two nominations for awards at the 56th WNC Sports Awards Banquet presented by Ingles, set for May 7 at Omni Grove Park Inn
Polk County's boys track team had one of its best showings of the season on Wednesday, placing second in the Cherokee High School Classic in Cherokee
Polk County held its final home track meet of the regular season on Saturday, hosting more than 600 athletes for the 50th annual Times-News Invitational