PCHS, PCMS teams return to competition after week away
After a week’s delay due to weather, athletic competitions resume this week for Polk County High School and Polk County Middle School
After a week’s delay due to weather, athletic competitions resume this week for Polk County High School and Polk County Middle School.
Wolverines at both venues will battle this week in their final pre-holiday competitions before taking a break for Christmas vacation.
Events scheduled this week include:
Polk County Middle School’s wrestling team hosts Smoky Mountain Middle while the Wolverine boys and girls basketball squads travel to Asheville Christian.
A busy day as PCMS wrestlers again hit the home mat, hosting Brevard Middle, while the PCMS basketball teams travel to Brevard. Polk County’s varsity boys and girls and junior varsity boys wrap up their 2018 action with home games against Piedmont Community Charter.
PCHS wrestlers take their turn, hosting Shelby and Kings Mountain in a non-conference tri-match.
Members of Polk County High’s indoor track team get a look at JDL Fast Track, home of the state championship meet, as the Wolverines compete in the Spartan Classic.
PCHS wrestlers will spend two days competing in one of the biggest wrestling events in Western North Carolina, the Great Smoky Mountain Grapple at the Asheville Civic Center.
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