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

HIGHLIGHTS: Mustangs win 13th and 14th game in-a-row

The St. Joseph Mustangs take down the Sedalia Bombers in both games of the double-header, (5-2, 8-1) to win a franchise record 14-games in-a-row.

Tyreek Hill not suspended by NFL

Just a week before training camp at Missouri Western, the NFL announces the league won’t suspend or discipline Chiefs’ star wider receiver Tyreek Hill.

HIGHLIGHTS: Mustangs throttle Outlaws

The Mustangs stay hot, winning their seventh-game in a row, topping the MINK League South Division leaders, Joplin Outlaws, 11-2.

Northwest Men's basketball faces Duke in exhibition

The Northwest men's basketball team opens its 2019-20 season with an exhibition game against Duke in Durham, N.C., on Sat., Oct. 26.

HIGHLIGHTS: The Mustangs return from all-star break with scoring spree

The St. Joseph Mustangs bats came alive Thursday night at Phil Welch Stadium, scoring 15 runs in a big win over the Omaha Bombers, 15-5.

HIGHLIGHTS: MINK League North All-Stars top South

The MINK League All-Star game got off to a slow start with the bats, but eventually built to a 3-2 victory for the North team.

HIGHLIGHTS: Mustangs fall to NKC Giants

The Mustangs fall to the North Kansas City Apartments Giants, 7-5 in the Mustang's return to Phil Welch for another four-game home stand.

HIGHLIGHTS: Mustangs win in alumni game

The St. Joseph Mustangs defeated the Mustangs Alumni in the annual alumni game, 11-4 Friday night.

Former Northwest and Western running back signs to Chiefs

Former Northwest and Missouri Western running back, Josh Caldwell, signs a contract to join the Kansas City Chiefs for training camp.

WATCH: Golfers honored at Bob Tietz Memorial Tournament

The Fourth Annual Bob Tietz Memorial Golf Scholarship Tournament was held Saturday.

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