Looking to rebuild a roster that lost five seniors, Polk County head girls basketball coach Craig Culbreth is simply looking for daily improvement from his Wolverines at this point as they gear up for the 2013-14 season.

Culbreth saw exactly that in Thursday’s home scrimmage with Chapman, an exhibition largely controlled by Polk County. No score was kept, but the Wolverines had the better of the action most of the evening.

“From the last scrimmage to this scrimmage we improved a lot,” Culbreth said. “We used our quickness well. I thought we passed the ball up the floor well and started hitting people a little better.

“It’s going to be a learning process for us this year. We have a very young team, just two seniors and we’ve got a ninth grader on the team. It’s going to be a learning experience.”

Polk County will have one more week to continue that process as both of the team’s regular-season games slated for next week will be rescheduled due to the football team’s playoff progress. The season opener is now set for Nov. 25 at East Henderson.

MIDDLE SCHOOL: Polk County Middle School’s girls basketball squad rolled to a 41-15 win over Apple Valley while the Wolverine boys team posted a 52-28 victory in the team’s first scrimmage outings of the season

Polk Middle will host Apple Valley on Thursday in the teams’ final scrimmage before the Nov. 25 season opener at home against Canton Middle School.

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