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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
  • FCA – Remembering Levy Hammer

    Members of the Kewanee-Wethersfield track team remember pole vaulter Levy Hammer.  Hammer was a pole vaulter and the rest of the pole vaulters are not using his pole in his honor.

  • Assumption swweps West in softball

    The Assumption Softball team continues their solid year with a sweep over Davenport West.  The Lady Knights took game 1 with a 12-3 score. In the second game It was a pitchers duel into the 4th.  That’s when the bats would come alive for both teams, Assumption would score two runs on a single from Emma Valainis, Ashley Ackerman and ayne Miller score for a 2-nothing lead.  Bottom 4, West responds with a single from Alison Wheeler, Jayme Finn scored […]

  • QC Eagles closing in on conference title

    The QC Eagles semi-pro soccer team is closing in on another conference championship.  Eagles scored three goals in the first half over Minnesota on their way to a 5-1 win at home.   The Eagles have 20-points giving them a 4-point lead over the Madison 56ers.  Eagles scored three goals in the first half over Minnesota on their way to a 5-1 win at home.

  • The Score Sunday – Ready, set , run

    The Pleasant Valley softball team leads the MAC softball race with a 13-0 record.  The Spartans are ranked 9th in the latest class 5A polls.  The Spartans are looking to make it back to the state tournament in Fort Dodge after coming up short last season. Joe Moreno is race director of 5 local races including the Firecracker and QC Marathon.  He talked about how much this community loves their road races and how none of them would work without […]

  • High School basketball players working to get better

    For 11-years the Justin Sharp Shootout has offered local basketball teams a chance to play some quality competition. The tradition continues as 30 teams hit the court over the summer to get better as individuals and a team.  Coaches understand what it takes to be successful and playing in the hot summer months will deliver results when the season tips off.

  • Illini basketball players bonding with Navy Seals

    For the second straight year the Illinois Men’s Basketball team is building a bond with each other through Navy Seals training.  The Illini completed a four day camp where they were working together in boats, throwing each other over barriers and diving through ice water.  Even Head Coach John Groce went through the ice water.

  • Devyn Marble ready to play for Orlando

    After month of workouts and then waiting for nearly 4-hours Devyn Marble’s dream of playing in the NBA became a reality. Marble was selected with the 56th pick by the Denver Nuggets before being traded to the Orlando Magic. Marble becomes the 52nd player to ever be drafted from Iowa and the first since Adam Haluska in 2007.

  • Spartans chase MAC perfection

    After being rained out the first time against Assumption, Pleasant Valley hit the field again looking to stay perfect in conference play.  The Spartans had a 2-1 lead when the game resumed and would add another run to take a 3-1 lead.  Pleasant Valley would win game 1 by the 3-1 score, but game two was washed out. That game will has been rescheduled for July 7th.

  • Remembering Justin Sharp

    The 11th annual Justin Sharp Shootout will be played at Rock Island High School and Pepsico Center at Augustana June 27-28.  32-teams from Illinois, Iowa and Wisconsin will be participating.  While the teams will be playing for a chance to win the championship, the Sharp family hope the players take some time to learn about Justin and the person he was on and off the court.

  • Hawkeyes lacking depth

    The Iowa Hawkeye football season may be a couple months away, but Kirk Ferentz is already looking at ways to make up for depth issues on the defensive side of the ball.  Iowa will need to find away to replace quality linebackers and find someone to step up at safety.  Iowa will be solid at quarterback and have plenty of players to run the ball in the backfield.  Iowa opens their season August 30th against Northern Iowa.

  • QC soccer team closing in on playoffs

    Just 5 games into the 2014 season the Quad City Eagles Semi-professional Soccer Team leads their conference with a 4-0-1 record.  The Eagles have played four of those 5 games on the road, now they look to keep their winning ways going as they play four of their next 5 at home.

  • Musctaine softball coach reaches milestone

    Dennis Schuur has been the head coach at Muscatine for the last 26-years and picked up his 1000 win at the school.  Schuur sits at 1032 wins in his career. Dennis has won 2-state title with the Muskies, in 1989 and 2000 and numerous MAc championships.  Throughout  his coaching career he has adapted to the game and the girls he coaches, hoping to leave them with more than just softball skills but life lessons.