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.
With three weeks remaining, the top seven spots in our Big 12 rankings hold steady. Prince George charges back in this week after topping Thomas Dale, while Clover Hill makes its first appearance of the season.
Prior to this season, Devin Flowers didn’t even realize he was close to becoming the Richmond area’s all-time leading rusher, but seven games into the season, Flowers finds himself on top of that mountain.
The fourth annual Dominion Energy Charity Classic tees off on Friday morning at the Country Club of Virginia’s James River Course, but before the golfers put their game-faces on, they have a little fun during the pro-am, and one group in particular had no problem enjoying itself.
Clover Hill and Huguenot haven’t been the most successful area high school football programs when it comes to wins and losses in recent years, but 2019 looks like both could be on the verge of putting together winning campaigns. They’ll meet on Friday night in our On the Sidelines Game of the Week.
Highland Springs continues its stranglehold on the top spot in the rankings, after a big comeback win this past Friday. Spots four through eight remain the same, while Cosby makes its first appearance in the poll.
Not since 1978 have Highland Springs and Manchester met on the football field, but area high school fans are in for a treat in our Game of the Week this Friday night. The Springers and Lancers meet as reigning state champs and boasting the two longest active winning streaks in the commonwealth.
At the beginning of the season, area football fans may not have expected this week’s match-up between Hermitage and Varina to be Game of the Week-worthy, but strong starts by both teams has put this annual meeting of traditional powers back in the spotlight.
The Warriors and Wildcats both enter with 2-0 records. Henrico has won the last six match-ups between the two teams, but the Wildcats feel that this is the best squad they've put on the field in quite some time.
Richmond running back and Henrico product Xavier Goodall suffered a third ACL injury to his right knee during this past Saturday’s game at Boston College, Richmond head coach Russ Huesman announced during his press conference on Wednesday afternoon.
Thomas Dale senior Jasiah Williams made his verbal commitment to the University of Richmond on Tuesday afternoon during a brief ceremony in the Knights’ field house. Williams plays quarterback and defensive back for Dale, but expects to play slot receiver for the Spiders.
Since its arrival in 2016, the Dominion Energy Charity Classic has been a hit among players and fans alike. The PGA Tour Champions event is preparing for its fourth annual showing next month, and Tuesday saw last year’s champion paying a visit.
Highland Springs stayed atop the rankings after a big win in a match-up of two perennial state powerhouses, Thomas Dale held steady after a victory in the Battle of Chester, and a newcomer enters the poll this week.
It’s been recognized by the Great American Rivalry Series as one of the best high school football rivalries in the nation, and on Friday L.C. Bird and Thomas Dale renew acquaintances as the Battle of Chester takes the stage in our On the Sidelines Game of the Week.
Many teams opened up their seasons last week, while those that did not will kick off this Friday. Below is the latest edition of the NBC12/ RVA Sports Network Big 12 poll, voted on by members of each organizations sports staffs.
2018 was a punch to the gut of Charles City County football. Low participation numbers forced the Panthers to cancel their season, stripping the players of the game they loved. Now the Panthers return to the field as part of the reborn program.