Polk County's indoor track team shook off the rust Friday from a long layoff, hosting the Polar Bear #2 meet in G.M. Tennant Stadium
The drive to the state indoor track championships has begun - and Polk County continues to race ahead with full speed
Polk County's track and field program honored several athletes Tuesday at its annual postseason banquet, held at Harmon Field.
Complete results of Tuesday's 2016 Western Highlands Conference track and field championships, held in Polk County's Wolverine Stadium
A knowing smile crosses the face of Polk County head track and field coach Alan Peoples when talking about Friday's state 2A championships
Polk County's indoor track season doesn't truly open for two more weeks, but that didn't stop senior Sean Doyle from setting a school record Thursday.
The combination of near-perfect weather and a last chance to qualify for state championship competition brought a record field to Polk County's WNC Polar Bear indoor track meet. More than two dozen schools were represented - some with full teams, some with only a few individuals - in the Wolverines' final home meet of the indoor season.
Polk County indoor track coach Alan Peoples had a plan Thursday to help sophomore Evan Dadson qualify for next week's state 2A/1A championship meet
Eli Hall had an interesting decision to make when it came to his choice of college and continuing his running career. On one hand, he...
Polk County track and field athletes will look to earn a berth in the state 2A track championships during Saturday's 2A West Regional at Wolverine Stadium
Marissa Longshore soared, soared and soared some more during Saturday's 50th annual Times-News Invitational