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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
  • The Score Sunday – Celebrating State Champions

    Assumption track, Pleasant Valley track, Sherrard Tigers, FCA

  • Camanche senior with spina bifida takes state in multiple track events

    A Camanche senior born with spina bifida was more determined than ever heading into the state track meet.

  • Pleasant Valley sets a record national best time

    Day two of the State Co-ed Track meet was a record setting day.  Pleasant Valley set a State and National mark in the Distance Relay. Alyssa Simon, Jordan Simon, Addie Kaley Ciluffo finish in 3:57.59.  Carly Donahue finshed second in the 400-meter run. Assumption girls picked up another win in the Distance Medley Relay. Emma Basier, Clare Bird, Mallory King and Joy Ripslinger win from the second heat. The Lady Knights won in a time of 4:08.84. Pleasant Valley and […]

  • Local track stars win gold at state

    Day one of the three day co-ed state track meet in Des Moines has yielded several winners.  On the blue track at Drake University, Clinton’s DeShond Robinson repeats as the 400-meter champion in 4A. Larkin Chapman from Muscatine won the girls 4A 400, Pleasant Valley’s Addie Swanson is second.  Boys 2A 400, Derek Harksen from Camanche won the first ever gold medal in this event for the Indians. Assumption’s Rose Ripslinger took second in the girls 2A 400-meters. Assumption scored […]

  • QC Marathon ready set to go for the 17th running

    For 17-years the Quad City Marathon has offered local and elite runners several options on race day. This year will be no different as the race still features a full marathon, half-marathon, marathon relay, 5k and a kids 1-mile run.  They will also have a 1-mile walk the day before the race to raise awareness for prostate cancer.  The Quad City Marathon will be run on Sunday, September 28th.

  • Rockridge ready for regional championship against rival

    Rockridge is in their own Regional Championship after a win over Orion. The Rockets will face rival Sherrard on Saturday, May 24th.  Rockridge and Sherrard have played twice this season with the tigers winning both meetings.  Rockridge would like to change their fortune when they play for a third time.

  • Devyn Marble discusses future in basketball on The Score

    The Post-Season trail is busy this time of year. Alleman prepares for their Sectional matchup with Rockford Christian. The Pioneers advanced after winning their second straight Regional Title over Princeton. Former Iowa Basketball player, Devyn Marble, is making his way around the State of Iowa thanking the fans for the support.  Marble was at the Black and Gold store in Davenport to sign autographs and take pictures.  He also sits down with Matt Randazzo to discuss his time with the […]

  • Alleman Soccer ready for next step

    After winning their second Regional Title in as many years, the Alleman Girls Soccer team is ready for Sectionals.  Alleman will take the same approach they have all season when they hit the pitch for a Tuesday matchup with Rockford Christian.  The Pioneers feel they have all the pieces to make a run towards the state championship.

  • Moline claims Western big 6 Tennis Title

    Western Big 6 Conference Tennis Meet

  • Moline takes two in softball

    Moline used a sunny Saturday to to get better and win a pair from Normal U-High. Moline jumped out to a 2-nothing lead before they scored 5 more times in the fourth. Lexi Jenkins would ht a 3-run home run in that inning. Moline would win game 1 7-0 and shutout the Pioneers in game 2 5-0.

  • Alleman drops pair in Catholic Tournament

    Alleman hosted the Catholic tournament this weekend at their complex. Quincy Notre Dame, Holy Trinity and Decatur St. Teresa were also in the tournament.  Alleman jumped out to a 4-1 lead against St. Teresa in their Saturday morning contest, before the Bulldogs fought back to earn a 5-4 victory.  Alleman would play Quincy Notre Dame later in the day and fall to Raiders 5-0. St. Teresa would win the tournament.

  • Moline baseball sweeps Morton

    Fresh off their share of the Western Big 6 baseball title, the Moline baseball team is staying active on the weekends with non-conference play.  The Maroons hosted Morton in double header action with the Moliner sweeping a pair from the Potter 6-0 and 4-2.