Kory Kuffler is excited to be a member of the WQAD Sports Team. He has been working in broadcasting since 1997. His first job was in St. Louis, at a cable station where he covered a variety of sports from the high school to professional level. Kory moved back to the Quad Cities in 2000 where he continued his sports career at KWQC for ten years.

Kory grew up in Moline, Illinois and graduated from Moline High School. He attended Southern Illinois Edwardsville where he earned a Bachelor of Science, with a focus in broadcast communications.

Kory is married to his wonderful wife Lisa and they have three children.

In his spare time Kory enjoys spending as much time as possible with his family. You may also find him playing softball, golf or some other sport like Tae Kwon Do where he has earned a black belt. Kory is also very involved with his church and knows that everything that he has accomplished in life is only because God has provided for him and his family.

Recent Articles
  • Steamwheelers building momentum, Central Signings, Central DeWitt Signings

    Quad City Steamwheelers have won two straight and now feel they have the team rolling in the right direction.  Seven Davenport Central Student-Athletes make the commitments official in a number of different sports.  Central DeWitt will be sending ten Sabers to the next level.

  • Off The Kuff – Shaddy Khalafallah

    Moline Senior Tennis Player Shaddy Khalafallah is this weeks Off The Kuff.  Shaddy talks about his game and if he like his forehand or backhand better, who he would love to face in an ultimate match up and what famous tennis player he has hit with. Shaddy is taking his tennis talents to Marquette University next year.

  • The Score Sunday – Assumption Soccer, College Signings, Paul Olsen, FCA

    The Score Sunday features the Assumption Girls Soccer Team.  The Lady Knights are undefeated and ranked #1 in Class 1A. It was a busy week for high school student-athletes made their college choices official with several signing days.  Augustana Track and Field Coach Paul olsen looks back at his 52 year career.  The St. Ambrose Women’s lacrosse teams makes history in their first season.  The FCA story of the week features Ron Kiser, a Muscatine Tennis Coach for close to […]

  • North Scott, United Township and Rock Island Soccer

    WQAD Sportscast for April 14, 2018. North Scott beats Orion-Sherrard Soccer 3-0.  Rylie Rucker scores the first goal in the 40th minute. United Township host an 8-team soccer invitational, the Panthers would win three games scoring 17 goals and allowing only one en route to winning the championship. Rock island and davenport Central soccer played each other at the united Township Soccer Invite.  there game would go to penalty kicks before the Lady Rocks would win 1-0.

  • WQAD Sportscast April 13, 2018

    Rock Island Girls  Track Invite. Harlem wins the team title, Geneseo is the top local finisher. Several local track athletes win top honors in their races and field events. Alleman traves across the river to face Bettendorf in Soccer. Bulldogs get a goal in the 6th minute to beat the Pioneers 1-0. Bettendorf hosting a signing day for 18 student-Athletes.  Jackson Stamper will take his running skills to Creighton next season.  The Bulldog seniors will be playing several sports at […]

  • Former Moline Track star is now a World Champion

    Aisha Praught captured her first World Championship winning the 3000 meter Steeplechase at the Common Wealth Games in Australia.  Praught who was running second for most of the race had a big kick in the home stretch to cross the line first with a time of 9:21.  Praught graduated from Moline high School, then went to Illinois State to run track. To read more on Praught’s historic day check out this link. https://www.flotrack.org/articles/6173639-praught-leer-makes-history-semenya-dominates-commonwealth-highlights You can watch the the final stretch […]

  • Off the Kuff – Grace Rohlf

    This weeks Off The Kuff features Grace Rohlf, a senior track runner from Assumption. Find out who she looks up to in track, her favorite music and track meet each year.

  • The Score Sunday – Quad City Elite BB, JDC/Masters, Randazzo’s Rants, FCA

    The Score Sunday features coaches from Quad City Elite Basketball as they talk about former players preparing for the NBA Draft. John Deere Classic Tournament Director Clair Peterson and Disptac/Argus Sports Writer talk about The Masters.  This week Matt Randazzo has a rant about the Mallards.  The FCA story of the week features a fans perspective on the Mallards.

  • Moline baseball travels to Quincy and sweeps the Blue Devils

    Moline baseball scored plenty of runs in their Western Big 6 opening sweep over Quincy.  The Maroons also hit the ball really well scoring 28 runs on the day. Jordan Benson spun a gem in the opening game throwing a complete game.

  • Moline Softball opens conference play with sweep of Quincy

    Moline Softball scored two wins over Quincy to open play in the Western big 6.  The games was pushed back several hours due to poor field conditions.

  • Matt Brill excited about his role with Kane County

    Moline alum Matt Brill is playing his first season in the Midwest League with the Kane County Cougars.  Brill is coming out of the bullpen and is ready to help the Cougars in any way he can.

  • Assumption host Co-Ed Track meet on cold windy day

    Conditions were less than ideal for track athletes from Iowa and Illinois as they compete in the 25th annual Assumption Track Invitational. Sterling was the highest placing girls team.  Easton Valley finished the best for local boys teams.