Marc Davis is the sports anchor for NBC12. Marc hails from Lancaster, Pennsylvania, and received his bachelor's degree in Communications/Journalism from Shippensburg University.
He started his career out as a photojournalist in Harrisburg and began his on-air career in Charlottesville, Virginia, where he worked his way up to Sports Director. Marc has covered the College World Series, several college football bowl games and the NCAA men's basketball tournament. Marc lives in Midlothian. He has two daughters, Ella and Preslie.
William and Mary (13-5 overall) is out to a 5-0 start in CAA play for just the third time in program history, winning its first three conference games on the road. The Tribe also leads the country with seven road wins.
K'Von Wallace will play his final game for Clemson on Monday night in the national championship game. It’s been a quite a ride for the senior defensive back, as well as family and friends who have supported him.
The Hopewell junior won the inaugural Mark L. Fischer Player of the Year Award on Tuesday, given to the top high school football player in the Richmond area. Henderson beat out fellow finalists Bo Kite (Deep Run) and Isiah Paige (Varina).
Only 12 high school football teams in Virginia are practicing this week. Hopewell marks the lone team in the Richmond area left standing, as the Blue Devils shoot for a Class 3 state championship on Saturday.
NBC12 will present the Mark L. Fischer Player of the Year Award to the area’s top high school football player, as decided by head coaches and select media. The honor will be presented on December 17 at 7:30pm. Here are your nominees, selected by each respective head coach.
Brian Delaney kicked a 48-yard field with 1:23 to play to put Virginia ahead and the Cavaliers sealed it with a defensive score, beating No. 23 Virginia Tech 39-30 Friday to end a 15-game losing streak in the rivalry and earn their first trip to the Atlantic Coast Conference championship game.