Perhaps has no wrestling squad been more happy to see the postseason arrive than Polk County.
There have been a lot of five-player Polk County starting lineups take the floor of the school's gymnasium over the years. Odds are that a Wolverine wrestling team hasn't produced one of those. Not, at least, until Thursday.
With just six healthy wrestlers available Friday, Polk County dropped a pair of Western Highlands Conference matches in a tri-meet at Mitchell.
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.
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.
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.
Polk County's wrestling team recently celebrated its 2014-2015 season, which included a dual team playoff berth, with its annual year-end banquet. The following awards were...