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
  • Kevin Mckee returns to QC with two Gold Medals

    Davenport native Kevin McKee is back in the Quad Cities after winning his second gold medal at the Paralympics in PyeongChang, South Korea.  McKee and his USA team mates won the Gold Medal In Sled Hockey for the second straight Paralympics.  Kevin was at Public House to meet with his family, friends and fans.

  • The Score Sunday features Bandits and LumberKings Baseball, QC Rush Soccer, FCA

    The Score Sunday takes a look at the upcoming baseball season with General Manager Andrew Chesser from the River Bandits and Ted Tornow from the LumberKings. Moline United Soccer has joined with Rush Soccer to change the landscape of the sport in the QC.  Then the FCA story of the week features Iowa State Men’s Basketball Coach Steve Prohm.

  • Track Athletes run against each other and the weather at Shipley Invite

    It was another cold and windy day at the Shipley Track Invite.  Moline held a moment of silence at the meet for Gene Shipley who recently passed away and long time IHSA Track Official Chuck Austin.  United Township wins the boys title, Harlem was first for the girls.

  • Drake hires new Men’s Basketball Coach

    It took Drake University a week to find their next Men’s Basketball Coach. Darian DeVries takes over the Bulldogs program after 20 years at Creighton.  Devries was an assistant for 17 years for the Bluejays.  This will be DeVries first head coaching job.

  • Rock Island, Moline Special Olympic teams have big game at Wharton Fieldhouse

    Rock Island and Moline Special Olympics Basketball Teams play against each other at Wharton Fieldhouse on March 22, 2018 .  This game was part of their “March Madness” which was a fundraiser for the Moline Special Olympics Team.  This is the first year for the Rock Island Special Olympics Team.  The players in this game have more fun cheering on each other and having fun than they do worrying about who is winning.

  • Sterling and Geneseo both accept invitation to join the Western Big 6

    The Geneseo school board has accepted an invitation to join the Western Big 6.

  • Off The Kuff – Fiona Roehrs

    Moline Senior Soccer player Fiona Roehrs answers some fun questions in this version of Off The Kuff.

  • The Score Sunday – H.S. All-Star Showcase, Jordan Delp, Van Hyfte’s, FCA – Katie Bertlesen

    The Score Sunday takes a look ahead to the Senior All-Star Showcase Basketball game. Matt Randazzo talks with Jordan Delp about his Pure Sweat Camp and who the camp will benefit.  The Van Hyte’s have a unique place to practice and we’ll take you there.  FCA Story of the week features new Sherrard Softball Coach Katie Bertlesen

  • Nolan Ebel earns All-American Staus

    Augustana Junior Guard Nolan Ebel has been named to the d3hoops.com All-American team.  Ebel helped guide the Vikings to their 4th straight Elite 8 appearance.

  • Alleman sweeps Orion on a cold day for Baseball

    Alleman host Orion on a cold Saturday afternoon. The Pioneers take game one by a score of 6-4.  Then in game 2 Alleman wins 10-0 to make it a sweep.

  • Van Hyfte Sisters improve their basketball game playing in a barn

    If you talk about Annawan girls Basketball the name Van Hyfte will come up in the conversation.  Celina, Morgan and Jayde Van Hyfte have etched their names into Bravette history.  The sisters getting a chance to play year round in the family barn, which happens to have a basketball hoop in it.

  • Jordan Delp hosting a basketball camp to help two local families

    Jordan Delp, a coach with Pure Sweat Basketball, will be hosting a camp on March 30th with all proceed going to two Quad City families.  Stephanie Rangel is battling breast cancer while Sara and Brandon Nau recently lost their 1 year old son to a rare genetic disorder.  The camp will be held at Augustana College from 1-3.