Adam Orduna

I am very honored to be part of the KQ2 News Team. It is a blessing to be able to live out my dreams and cover the news!

Title: Sports Anchor
aorduna@kq2.com

I am very honored to be part of the KQ2 News Team. It is a blessing to be able to live out my dreams and cover the news!
As a Kansas State Wildcat football player, I was fortunate to be coached by Bill Snyder, the great Hall of Famer and St. Joe native! I finished my broadcast journalism degree at UMKC and have worked in the news room for the past three years at KMBC - ABC Channel 9 in Kansas City.
I have an extreme passion for sports and love interacting with people throughout the community. If you see me out and about and have any stories you’d like for me to tell be sure to reach out to me on my social media pages.

Recent Posts by Adam Orduna

High school athletes back to workouts

Monday was the first day for student athletes’ in high school to participate in voluntary training for the summer, but only under strict guidelines of the St. Joseph School District.

MWSU plans on fans being at games in the fall

The Missouri Western fan base claimed a national ranking of 13 for last fall’s football attendance, being one of seven schools of the MIAA to be ranked in the top 25.

Seven MIAA schools rank in top 25 for football attendance

The MIAA as a conference finds itself with seven schools ranking in the top 25 for football attendance in division II last fall, with Pittsburg State University coming in at No. 5 in the country.

Big 12 commissioner Bowlsby: Concerns with having fans at stadiums for football season

The Big 12 announced that football players can return to campuses for voluntary workouts on June 15 as part of a three phased return to activities.

Chiefs Damien Williams robbed at Los Angeles rental home

Kansas City Chiefs running back Damien Williams was robbed at a rental home in Los Angeles, of about $1,000 a source has confirmed to the Chiefs.

Spring sports cancellation ends Savannah baseball deep run hopes

After a class 4 state semifinal loss last season Savannah baseball was expecting to make another strong push, but with the cancellation of the spring season due to the coronavirus the Savages will not get their chance.

Mustangs hopeful for season

The coronavirus has made its presence known all throughout sports and has postponed or cancelled seasons. The St. Joseph Mustangs are coming off a MINK league title and are looking to repeat. Their season is in jeopardy, but the team is still hopeful that they will get to play.

Chiefs keep receiver Watkins on restructured 1-yr deal

The Kansas City Chiefs and wide receiver Sammy Watkins came to terms Friday morning working out a new deal that has a maximum value of $16 million, including $7 million in incentives, and contains a no-trade clause.

COVID-19 impacts local tennis facility

Coronavirus impacts local tennis facility owner and tennis instructor Eric Thacker.

MWSU golf to host '21 women's NCAA central regional

The NCAA Division II Women's Golf Central Regional will be at St. Joseph Country Club for the 2021 season.

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