Polk County will continue its volleyball postseason on Tuesday when Salisbury visits for a second-round match. Game time is set for 6 p.m. at Polk...
Polk County sophomore Kendall Hall recorded the 1,000th dig of her career Monday during Polk County's 3-1 win over Enka. The milestone dig came on a typical Hall play, the Polk sophomore racing into the corner near the back end line to keep a ball in play.
Seven games into the 2015 volleyballl season, Polk County had a 4-3 record and an identity problem. True, the Wolverines had lost to three very good teams - Brevard, Enka and the Asheville Trailblazers. But it was the final of those three losses, a 3-0 loss at Enka on Sept. 3, that led Polk County head coach Molly Hill to begin making some changes.
Polk County went on the road Wednesday and handed Mountain Heritage its first loss of the season, defeating the Cougars 25-21, 23-25, 25-22, 25-22 in a matchup of conference co-leaders in Burnsville.
With what has been typical efficiency of late, Polk County assured itself Thursday of at least a share of another volleyball conference championship.
Back-to-back conference championships in her first two seasons at Polk County haven't left head coach Molly Hill resting on her laurels entering the 2016 season