Anthony Marino and the Polk County boys soccer squad are currently undefeated in conference play.

Polk County remained in a three-way tie atop the Western Highlands Conference boys soccer standings with a 2-0 victory on Monday at Avery.

The Wolverines improved to 4-2-2 overall, 3-0 in WHC play with the win.

Wil Rimer scored late in the first half, on an assist from Garrett Weicker and Jeremy Allsbrook, to give Polk County a 1-0 lead. David Sanchez then added an insurance goal in the second half, with Bradley Osborn providing the assist.

Tyler Campbell had four saves in posting the shutout.

The Polk County junior varsity travels Tuesday to face the WNC Trailblazers. The Wolverine varsity, meanwhile, will host Mountain Heritage on Thursday at 5:15 p.m. in a rescheduled match.

MIDDLE SCHOOL SOCCER: Hendersonville Middle handed Polk County Middle its first loss of the season on Monday, earning a 3-0 win in Hendersonville in a Blue Ridge Middle School Conference match.

The Wolverines, 4-1, return home Wednesday to face Flat Rock in a 4:30 p.m. match.

HIGH SCHOOL TENNIS: West Henderson notched a 9-0 win over Polk County in a non-conference tennis match in Mills River.

In singles play, Bella Marino posted the Wolverines’ best result, falling 10-7 to Dannie Cooper at No. 6 singles. Marino and Casey Morris dropped a 5-3 decision at No. 3 doubles while Shannon Collins and Alicia Twitty had a narrow 8-6 loss at No. 2 doubles.

Polk County returns to action on Tuesday, hosting East Henderson in a non-conference match.