Max Moore

Max joined the KQ2 sports team in December of 2017 as a reporter and anchor.

Title: Sports Anchor
mmoore@kq2.com

Max joined the KQ2 sports team in December of 2017 as a reporter and anchor.

Max is a Northwest Missouri State graduated, majoring in sports media. While in school, Max played on the Bearcat football team in 2015 and 2016, winning two national championships. Following his playing career, he got heavily involved with the student sports show “Bearcat Update” where he was a reporter and anchor. He also worked for the flagship station for Bearcat athletics, KXCV-KRNW.

Growing up, he developed a love for sports, more than just the stats. He always loved the stories inside the games or a given season.

Max is originally from Walnut Creek, California (San Francisco Bay Area). He grew up an A’s, Sharks, Warriors and oddly enough, a Chiefs fan (parents grew up in Kansas City). When he is not watching or covering sports, he is either listening to music, playing music, serving at his local church or hanging out with family and friends. He is currently working on a record collection. Among his favorite artists are Foo Fighters, Queen, Tom Petty and Eric Church.

Feel free to give him any and all, food, music and sports recommendations. Also, feel free to send any story ideas his way at mmoore@kq2.com

Recent Posts by Max Moore

Savannah Baseball advances to state semifinals

The Savannah baseball team advances to the state semifinals for the first time since 2012, defeating Pembroke Hill, 7-3.

HIGHLIGHTS: LeBlond's season comes to an end in state quarterfinals

Bishop LeBlond's run in the post season comes to an end, following a 12-8 loss to Silex in the MSHSAA Class 2 quarterfinal round.

WATCH: Savannah baseball embark on state sectionals

The Savannah baseball team is 23-1 on the season so far with an MEC championship and a Class 4 District 16 championship. They embark on the final stretch of the season with the MSHSAA state sectionals.

WATCH: LeBlond baseball's redemption

The LeBlond baseball team went through a four-year stretch of losing in the district championship game. This year, the senior class that experienced every one of those heartbreaking conclusions, pulled through and won a district championship.

HIGHLIGHTS: LeBlond and Savannah baseball win district championships

The LeBlond and Savannah baseball teams both won their respective district title games Wednesday evening. LeBlond topped Maysville in the Class 2 District 16 game, 10-0 in 5-innings. Savannah beat Kirksville, 6-2.

Western baseball ends season following loss to Pitt State

No. 4-seeded Pittsburg State got two runs in the sixth to take its first and only lead, defeating No. 8-seeded Griffon Baseball, 5-4, Saturday afternoon in the MIAA Championships. The elimination game loss ended Missouri Western's season with a 21-24 record.

HIGHLIGHTS: City schools go 4-1 in opening round of District Baseball

Almost all St. Joseph baseball teams won their opening round of respective district play.

Savannah's Jayce Cox signs to MNU

Former All-State and All-Conference defensive lineman for Savannah High School, Jayce Cox, signed his letter of intent to play college football at MidAmerica Nazarene Friday morning.

HIGHLIGHTS: Western baseball stays alive in MIAA tournament

With Griffon Baseball's season on the brink, Casey Danley destroyed a two-out, three-run home run to extend Missouri Western's season by at least a day.

Benton's Brooke-Lynn Rush signs to wrestle at Missouri Valley College

Brooke-Lynn Rush capped off an incredible high school wrestling career by signing her letter of intent to wrestle at Missouri Valley College, Wednesday afternoon.

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