Ethan Wilson is one of seven seniors on Polk County's 2022 boys soccer squad

Wolverine varsity, JVs fall in season finales at Brevard

Noah Backes scored two goals Wednesday as Brevard upended Polk County 5-0 in Mountain Foothills 7 Conference boys soccer action in Brevard.

The Wolverines end their season with a 4-15 overall record, 4-8 in conference play. Polk did close its season with four wins in its last eight matches and finished fifth in the MF7 regular-season standings.

Brevard, which led 1-0 at the half before exploding for four second-half goals, improved to 9-8-2, 8-4 and earned third place in league play.

Currently 41st in the NCHSAA RPI ratings that are used to determine playoff qualifiers and seedings, Polk County will not qualify for a postseason berth when the 2A state bracket is announced on Friday.

The Brevard junior varsity took a 7-0 win over Polk County, ending the Wolverines’ season with a 2-7-1 record.