2013 Polk County High track award winners, front left to right: Lacee Keller, Shea Wheeler, Charlie Bullock, Savannah Robbins and Jacob Wolfe; back (left to right): Kevin Angier, Jacob Collins, Matthew Darden, Sean Doyle and Morgan Pratt. (photo submitted by Jenny wolfe)
2013 Polk County High track award winners, front left to right: Lacee Keller, Shea Wheeler, Charlie Bullock, Savannah Robbins and Jacob Wolfe; back (left to right): Kevin Angier, Jacob Collins, Matthew Darden, Sean Doyle and Morgan Pratt. (photo submitted by Jenny wolfe)

Polk County High School gives out track awards

Published 7:27pm Thursday, May 23, 2013

Polk County High School hosted its annual track sports banquet Monday, May 20 at the Harmon Field cabin.

PCHS celebrated a Western Highlands Conference Championship for the men’s team and recognized the NCHSAA State Championship participation of its 4×800 Meter Relay team. Polk’s relay team (Sean Doyle, Eli Hall, Jacob Wolfe and Jacob Collins) placed 11th in the state with an 8:45 performance.

Polk presented awards to the following Wolverine athletes:

Most Valuable Running – Matthew Darden and Mason Umlauf

Most Valuable Field Events – Morgan Pratt

Most Improved Running – Sean Doyle and Jacob Collins

Most Improved Field Events - Kevin Angier

Coaches Award - Jacob Wolfe and Andrew Suber-Brown

Polk celebrated the runner – up performance of the women’s team in the Western Highlands Conference Championships.

Awards were presented to the following Lady Wolverines:

Most Valuable Running – Shea Wheeler

Most Valuable Field Events – Charlie Bullock

Most Improved Running – Mary Shannon Eargle

Most Improved Field Events - Savannah Robbins

Coaches Award - Lacee Keller

- article submitted by Jenny Wolfe

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