Winter sports season shifts into high gear in the week ahead – The Tryon Daily Bulletin


The winter sports season is shifting into high gear this week with every high school and college team in action.

Polk County basketball teams will begin a three-game road trip Tuesday night with a visit to Piedmont Community Charter. This will mark the start of the season for the Wolverine boys, with the Polk County girls looking to build on their 2-0 start and title in last week’s Turkey Shootout in Chesnee.

The out-of-conference game will be college-only, as will trips from Polk County to Blue Ridge Early College (Thursday) and Rosman (Dec. 7) and three subsequent home games against the same three teams. The Wolverines will make their home debut on December 9 against Blue Ridge Early College.

The Polk County wrestling team are scheduled to return home for a tri-match on Thursday, hosting Madison and Cherryville at 5:30 p.m. The Wolverines are next scheduled to compete in the Burns Individual Tournament at Burns High School in Lawndale on Saturday.

The Wolverine indoor track team will make their season debut on Wednesday, hosting the Polar Bear 1 meet. This event kicks off at 4 pm at GM Tennant Stadium.

The Polk Middle County wrestling team will make their home debut on Tuesday, with Apple Valley visiting for a clash at the Blue Ridge Conference at 4:30 p.m. The Wolveirnes will then travel to Hendersonville Middle on Thursday.

The Polk Middle basketball teams travel to Apple Valley on Tuesday and then return home on Wednesday to welcome Hendersonville Middle.


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