Polk County used its conference clash with Madison on Monday to focus on its passing and possession skills – while not forgetting to score a few goals along the way.

The Wolverines had little trouble with the Patriots, taking a 3-0 victory in a Western Highlands Conference clash in G.M. Tennant Stadium.

Facing a Madison┬áteam (1-13, 1-5) with just one win on the season, Polk County (6-8-1, 4-2) spent much of Monday’s match controlling the ball in midfield, looking to score but also looking to keep possession while moving the ball around the field.

The Wolverines got a pair of first-half goals from Isaias Akers, the second via a header after a near-perfect throw-in by Carson Marshall, then added a second-half goal from Luis Hernandez.

Polk County remains at home on Wednesday, hosting Mountain Heritage in a 5:30 p.m. game to be played at Polk County Middle School.