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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
  • Assumption focused on top seed Waverly Shell Rock

    After a thrilling win in their quarterfinal game, Assumption turns their focus to top seed Waverly Shell Rock.  The Knights know the will have to play a complete game if they are to advance to the championship.  But, Assumption feels they have plenty of momentum and will be prepared on game day.

  • Bandits have 2-game winning streak

    After breaking their 6-game losing streak the Quad Cities River Bandits have now won two straight games.  The Bandits took the second game in a three game series over Lake County with a 2-1 win.  Quad Cities scored runs in the 5th and 6th innings then turned it over to their pitchers who did the rest.

  • Police and fire departments play softball for a good cause

    For the 4th straight year Rock Island Police and Fire departments take on Davenport Police and Fire in a softball game.  Rock Island won the previous games and would keep their streak going with a 7-4 win this year. A new twist to this years game is they are raising money for Ronald McDonald House.  $4 from every $10 ticket sold would go to that charity.

  • North Scott over Davenport Central in baseball

    North Scott will be moving on in the 4A baseball playoffs with a 7-2 win over Davenport Central.  North Scott scored twice in the first inning, Central answered with 2 in the bottom of the second.  The Lancers would put 5-more runs on the scoreboard to win 7-2.  North Scott will next face Clinton at home, Monday July 21, 2014.

  • Bettendorf field turf taking shape

    Thanks to a 1% sales tax, Bettendorf High School is putting in new field turf.  TouVelle Stadium and Habenict Field will have a new look. New Turf, lights, concession stand and ticket booth.  Bettendorf will open their new stadium with a home game September 5th against Iowa City High.

  • Bandits drop 5th straight game

    It’s the longest losing streak for the Quad Cities River Bandits this season as they dropped their 5th straight game.  The Bandits fell behind right away as Fort Wayne scores singles runs in the first and second innings. Then a 3-run home run in the third made it a 5-0 game.  Quad Cities responded with 3-runs in the 4th but it would not be enough as they fell to Fort Wayne 7-4,

  • IHRA Summer Nationals at Cordova

    The last time Cordova Dragway Park hosted the IHRA Nitro Jam Summer Nationals was 2002.  There will be three days of racing in five different categories, Nitro Funny Car, Nitro Harley, Nitro Altered, Pro Stock and Jet Dragsters.  In the Jet Dragsters categfory their will be a women’s division with several of the top names racing in the event.

  • Missouri Valley Conference Tournament coming to Quad Cities

    1999 was the last time a college basketball tournament played in the Quad Cities. The Missouri Valley Conference announced they have selected the Quad Cities and I-Wireless Center to host their tournament starting in 2016.  it will begin a 3-year run win the Quad Cities. The Valley representatives pick the QC over three other sites.

  • Thomas Lindauer living out his dream

    Moline native Thomas Lindauer is playing out his childhood dream for his hometown team.  Lindauer joined the Bandits in late april and has been with the Quad City club every since. He has become a student of the game looking to make himself a better baseball player. Doing whatever is asked of him from Manager Omar Lopez and the Houston Astros Organization.

  • North Scott jumps out of conference to play Xavier

    North Scott hosted Cedar Rapids Xavier in a non-conference game.  A light rain made things interesting in the first couple of innings for the two teams.  Xavier scored a run in the top of the second on a double from Logan Clarahan.  The game was suspended due to the rain in the bottom of the second.  Once play resumed, Xavier would go on to beat North Scott 8-5

  • 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 […]


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