Wolverines show improvement in loss to Bearcats

Polk County Middle's Johnathon Edwards (4) looks to move past a Hendersonville Middle defender in Monday's match.
Omar Carson scored Polk County Middle's lone goal on Monday.
Omar Carson scored Polk County Middle’s lone goal on Monday.

Polk County Middle’s boys soccer team showed Monday just how much it has improved this season. The Wolverines just didn’t get the result they wanted from that effort.

Having lost 7-1 earlier this season to Hendersonville Middle, the Wolverines held their own Monday with the Bearcats, Hendersonville pulling away from a halftime tie for a 3-1 victory at Polk Middle.

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In its regular-season home finale, Polk Middle (2-7-1) fought to a 1-1 score at halftime, the Wolverines getting a goal from Omar Carson. But Hendersonville (7-4) scored in the first minute of the second half, then added a late goal for the final margin.

Polk County closes its regular season on Wednesday, traveling to Flat Rock to face the West Division co-leaders at 4:30 p.m.