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
Perhaps the best thing to happen Tuesday for Polk County's wrestling squad occurred before its match with Landrum even began
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 wrestling team opens its regular season on Tuesday, traveling to Christ School for a tri-match with the Greenies and East Henderson. With football season having just ended Friday, head coach Phillip Miller gave those players the option to take this week off before reporting for practice.
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.
Polk County opened its wrestling season Tuesday with a split of its tri-match at Christ School, defeating the host Greenies before falling to East Henderson.
Battling a tough early-season schedule is difficult enough for Polk County wrestling coach Phillip Miller. Doing it with what amounts to slightly more than half a squad is a recipe for frustration.