Polk County earned its first volleyball win of the season - and the first career victory for head coach Molly Corhn - with a...
Cameron Capozzi can't remember a time on a volleyball court when Kendall Hall wasn't also there. And Reagan Waddell. And Lauren Ketwitz
A photo gallery of images from Polk County's 3-2 win over Brevard on Thursday in the third round of the state 2A volleyball playoffs.
After a long week, Polk County's volleyball team no doubt will enjoy the rest offered by the Labor Day holiday weekend. And will relax with a big Western Highlands Conference win in their grasp.
It is a simple game that Polk County's volleyball team plays often at practice, a straightforward competition with only one rule - any ball that hits the floor means a total loss of points accumulated in the game
Polk County honored its seniors Monday before the start of its regular-season home finale with Owen. The Wolverines could have held another party after the match. There was a little matter of a conference championship to celebrate.
Home court advantage and a struggling Madison team proved just what Polk County's volleyball team needed Thursday
The ultimate hit, according to Polk County's Reagan Waddell, is a perfect mix of power and speed, a kill that is already rebounding off the floor before the defense is even ready to try to stop it
Polk County's volleyball squad will open the North Carolina state 2A volleyball playoffs on Wednesday at home, hosting West Stokes, according to official pairings released Tuesday by the North Carolina High School Athletic Association
Polk County's non-conference volleyball match at Brevard, originally slated for Monday, has been rescheduled for October 21.
Polk County maintained its unbeaten record in conference play on Tuesday, sweeping Mitchell 3-0 in a Western Highlands Conference volleyball match in Ledger