Winds whipping through Wolverine Stadium made Thursday's Polar Bear #2 indoor track meet a tough one for athletes, but Polk County competitors still delivered a handful of winning performances.
What Polk County's boys track team didn't take to Saturday's state 2A/1A indoor championships - sprinters, throwers, jumpers and hurdlers. But six of the seven competitors the Wolverines did take earned points, enough to propel Polk County to a runner-up finish in the state indoor meet at JDL Fast Track.
The North Carolina High School Athletic Association has officially recognized Polk County's record-setting time in the boys 4x800-meter relay at this year's state 2A/1A indoor track championships.
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
Complete boys results from Wednesday's Western Highlands Conference track and field championship meet, held in Polk County's Wolverine Stadium.
Polk County's championship 4x800-meter boys relay team left Columbus on Thursday afternoon, bound for the New Balance Nationals Outdoor track meet in Greensboro. The meet,...
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
Sean Doyle cracked the two-minute mark in the 800-meter run to lead a handful of Polk County athletes who competed Saturday in the Blue...
The 3rd Annual Turkey Trot 5K and 1 Mile Fun Run will be held Nov. 25 at Bright's Creek. The event is a fundraiser for Polk County High School's track program
Complete girls results from Wednesday's Western Highlands Conference track and field championship meet, held in Polk County's Wolverine Stadium.
With a blast of Arctic air approaching the area, Polk County has rescheduled its indoor track meet originally planned for Wednesday. The Polar Bear meet...
Polk County dominated its opening outdoor track meet of the season, sweeping Friday's Wolverine Co-Ed meet in Wolverine Stadium.
Throughout the spring, Polk County's focus for its track teams has been qualifying individuals and relay units for the 2A West Regional. All that changed Tuesday, as the Wolverines had just one mission - winning the Western Highlands Conference championship.
If all goes well - and not much has with this year's Western Highlands Conference track meet - Polk County head coach Alan Peoples...