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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
  • Maquoketa looking to keep playoff streak alive

    Maquoketa made it to the playoffs for the 5th straight season in 2013. Now the Cardinals are looking to make it 6-straight in 2014.  Maquoketa has plenty of sports to fill on both side of the ball, but hope the players that have playoff experience will be able to fill in those positions.  Maquoketa opens the season on the road against Cascade, Western Dubuque.

  • Central DeWitt leaning on their defense

    Central DeWitt will be playing for their third straight trip to the post season in 2014.  But this year the Sabers will be relying on their defesne to win some games for them.  DeWitt returns 6 starters on the defensive side of the ball, while only returning one on offense.  The Sabers open the season against Clinton on August 29th.

  • United Township has a new coach and a new attitude

    For the first time in four years United Township has a new coach running the football program. Jason Kirby takes the reigns of the Panthers head coach.  United Township is coming off a tough 1-8 year, but the players feel this can be a better year and just beleiving in what they can do has been the biggest difference.

  • Iowa Hawkeyes play for the kids

    Iowa hosted a public scrimmage at Kinnick Stadium. It was their annual kids day practice. 12, 000 people showed up to watch the hawks go through a practice.  With two weeks before the first game Kirk Ferentz is worried about getting his players healthy before they play Northern Iowa.

  • Orion gives football field a new look

    Orin has been busy this off season working on their football field.  A new track was installed, along with the track the field got new sod, visitor bleachers, new goal post and a retaining wall was put in during the off season.

  • Moline football ready to bounce back

    After a very tough 1-8 year in 2013 Moline has refocused and is ready for a productive 2014.  Moline Returns a quarterback and the offensive line should be strong.  On defense the Maroons will be able to play with any team on their schedule.  Moline opens the year at home against Galesburg.

  • Sterling Newman relying on strong line play

    Sterling Newman won their 5th State Championship in school history in 2013.  Newman is set to defend that title when they take the field in 2014. The Comets have plenty of lineman that will provide a big boost to their strong run game.

  • Fulton football looking to younger players to lead the way

    Fulton was playoff eligible in 2013 but missed the payoffs due to playoff points.  This seasonthe Steamers are focused on making it back to the playoffs for the second time under Patrick Lower’s tenure.  Fulton has holes to fill on the defensive side of the ball with only one returning player, but should be fine with younger player getting their chance to play.

  • Morrison has quality football players

    With just 18-players on the varsity roster Morrison is focused on the quality of player not quantity.  Morrison is coming off a two win season in 2013 and would like to turn that around in 2014.  The Mustangs open the season against Princeton.

  • Illinois looking to seniors for leadership

    Illinois has only 18 seniors on the team, but Tim Beckman likes what he has seen out of those players.  They have taken a leadership role and the underclassmen are fitting into their roles.  The llini hope that will translate into wins this season.

  • Alleman ready to hit the field running

    Alleman football teams has high expectations as they get ready for the 2014 campaign.  The Pioneers lost some keys players from their semifinal team in 2013 but have plenty of players ready to step in and fill those roles.

  • Illinois football looking for new quarterback

    Illinois is moving their preseason training camp to Rantoul.  Illinois won 4 games in 2013 and just 1 in Big Ten play.  Nathan Scheelhaase graduated leaving the quarterback position open.  Wes Lunt and Riley O’Toole are both vying for the starting job.  Tim Beckman has been pleased with both players and has not named a starter.  Illinois opens the season with Youngstown St. August 30th.

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