Polk County Youth Football wrapped up its regular season on Saturday, the Wolverines winning one of four games at Bessemer City.

The Polk Tiney Mites earned a 20-6 victory over Bessemer, with the Mitey Mites falling 12-7, the Junior PeeWees falling 13-6 and the PeeWees suffering a 45-0 defeat.

With the regular season ending, playoff action will now begin for three of the four Polk County teams. Each will be in action on Saturday in first-round games at Wolverine Stadium.

The Tiney Mites will open the day’s play at 9 a.m., facing Bessemer City in a rematch of last week’s game. The Polk 5 and 6-year-olds enter as the 3rd seed in the division, with Bessemer City seeded sixth.

The Polk Mitey Mites will face Chapel Grove at 1:30 p.m. Polk County enters as the fourth seed, with Chapel Grove the fifth seed. Polk County defeated Chapel Grove 20-18 earlier this season.

The Polk Junior PeeWees will play at 3 p.m., facing West Gaston. Polk County is seeded third, with West Gaston the sixth seed. West Gaston won the first meeting between the two teams, 12-6, earlier this season.

There will be eight games played Saturday at Wolverine Stadium, the final game slated to begin at 7:30 p.m. Saturday’s winners will move on to the semifinals on Nov. 1 at Chapel Grove.

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