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
Marissa Longshore soared, soared and soared some more during Saturday's 50th annual Times-News Invitational
The real winners of Friday's Wolverine Co-Ed Track Meet may well have been every athlete who survived the plunging temperatures and high winds that...
Polk County opened its 2017 track and field season Friday, battling the cold and five other teams in the 2017 Tony Waldrop Invitational in G.M. Tennant Stadium
Disappointment quickly hardened into determination for Troy Lieberman. Minutes after placing second in the pole vault at Friday's state 2A/1A indoor track and field championships, Lieberman already had his sights set on the outdoor season and his goals of a state championship and qualifying for national competition.
Complete results from Friday's state 2A/1A indoor track and field championships, held at JDL Fast Track in Winston-Salem
For someone who spends so much time in the air, Troy Lieberman remains remarkably grounded
Polk County will have a number of male and female athletes competing Friday at the 2A/1A state indoor track championships in Winston-Salem
Micheala Nelon tuned up for next week's state indoor track championships by setting a school record in the shot put Saturday during the Polk County Really Last Chance Polar Bear meet in G.M. Tennant Stadium
Polk County's Marissa Longshore set a school indoor track record Wednesday in the long jump, soaring 16-5 during the Asheville Last Chance Polar Bear meet at Asheville High School
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.