Ken Tackett is a man on a mission
Polk County's wrestling season will begin a week later than originally planned as the Wolverines have postponed their opening two events
Polk County's wrestling season came to an end Saturday in the 2A West Regional, but not without quite a run from one of the Wolverines
Polk County's four entries into the 2A West Regional wrestling tournament all suffered losses during first-round action Friday at West Lincoln High School
Polk County's Darryl Ceasar earned a second-place finish in the 106-pound class, leading the Wolverines in the Western Highlands Conference wrestling tournament at Madison
Wrestlers from Polk County High School and Polk County Middle School will move into postseason action beginning Friday with their respective conference tournaments
Polk County wrapped up its regular-season schedule on Tuesday, dropping a 54-30 decision to Madison in a Western Highlands Conference wrestling match at Polk
Final match of the night, at least a major decision needed for a win over Hendersonville - Dillon Knighton would have wanted to be nowhere else than on the mat. Nerves and all.
On a night made to showcase the future of Polk County wrestling, Phillip Miller tried to keep his mind on the days ahead as well. Not always an easy thing to do for the Wolverines' head coach.
Avery handed Polk County a 60-15 setback in its Western Highlands Conference wrestling opener on Tuesday at Polk
Polk County's wrestling squad will next step onto the mat competitively in January. Head coach Phillip Miller thinks the Wolverines will be a much different looking squad when that day arrives.
It's been more than a year since Polk County's wrestling program last won a dual match. Nights such as Tuesday show that the rejuvenated Wolverines are on the cusp of breaking that streak.
Perhaps the best thing to happen Tuesday for Polk County's wrestling squad occurred before its match with Landrum even began
Despite a pair of losses to open the regular season, Phillip Miller is optimistic about the present and future of Polk County wrestling. And certainly ready to see the present in full form.