Spencer Davidson is the Sports Director at NEWSChannel 2. He also anchors weeknights at 6pm and 11pm, in addition to, Sports Express on Friday nights.
Spencer moved into the position after being the Weekend Sports Anchor/Reporter since August 2014.
Spencer joined NEWSChannel 2 as the Digital Media Producer in 2013 following his May graduation from Hofstra University in Long Island with a Bachelor of Arts in Broadcast Journalism and a minor in Political Science.
Prior to working at WKTV full time, Spencer spent two summers as the Sports Intern at the station.
While attending Hofstra University, Spencer was a staff member of 88.7FM WRHU, where he was a part of the sports department, providing play by play, color commentary, and beat reporting for various Hofstra Pride DI sports teams.
He also was a Feature Reporter for the New York Islanders of the NHL, despite his heavy allegiance to the Rangers. There he interviewed some of the top players within the Islanders locker room, and around the league for air during Islanders' game broadcasts on WRHU. His interviews were also aired during the 2013 Stanley Cup Playoffs against the Pittsburgh Penguins, which were simulcasted on 98.7FM ESPN Radio New York, and WFAN 660AM.
Spencer returns to Central New York, where he grew up in New Hartford and graduated from New Hartford High School in 2009. He was a member of the 2008-09 Spartans ice hockey state champion team, and played lacrosse as well.
In addition to the Rangers, Spencer is also a die-hard Yankees fan, and loves the Knicks and Jets, as well as the hometown Utica Comets.
Madison and Brookfield Central School Districts have postponed fall sports until March, as part of a collective decision by member schools of the Central Counties League.
Oneida all fall sports, but is hoping to play at another time in the academic year when students return to in-person learning.
Eight local high school girls swimming and diving teams will compete in Fall Sports Season II, as opposed to the traditional fall season this academic year.
Adirondack Central School District board members unanimously voted to delay fall sports to focus on reopening for in-person learning.
RFA varsity, JV teams will suit up this fall. Rome City School District cancels modified fall sports.
The Adirondack Central School District Board of Education is set to vote on whether or not to participate in interscholastic athletics in the fall, while school administrators anticipating postponement.
Each of Oneonta High School's league opponents will now join them in playing fall sports in the spring.
Minority owner Steve Cohen reaches an agreement to buy 95% of Mets.
Pair of school districts join Cooperstown in electing not to hold fall sports beginning in September. Unlike Cooperstown, these schools do not close door on playing at some point.
In a section-wide vote, most responding school districts decided to move forward with a fall season for low and moderate-risk sports. Section III will not hold any sectional postseason events.
County data is updated nightly.