Sports activities anchor Harold Kuntz says goodbye to Tulsa, Information On 6

Harold Kuntz said goodbye to News On 6, Tulsa, and the state of Oklahoma after reporting on sports for the people of northeast Oklahoma for six years. Harold has taken a position in Kansas City.

We’ll remember his tradition of wearing a tuxedo every New Year’s sports broadcast, his favorite expression: KAPIEYOW! (We’re not sure about the spelling), and of course – this time it went viral when he found out on the air that his beloved Philadelphia Eagles had won the Super Bowl.

Harold was the weekend sports anchor and reporter. He moved to this position in 2016 after having been a sports reporter for three and a half years. He came to Tulsa from Hagerstown, MD, where he served as a sports director for WHAG.

During his time in Tulsa, Harold covered almost everything Green Country has to offer. From stickball to the Final Four, bowl games with the University of Tulsa, and a color commentator for high school state championships in soccer and basketball, he loved telling the stories to the community.

He’s most excited about being the first in the state to interview the Thunder’s Terrance Ferguson and Jaguars Aaron Colvin, along with a variety of interviews with players from high school to professional levels.

Within the community, Harold has helped with several organizations in the Tulsa area, including the North Tulsa Rotary Club and the Wayman Tisdale Foundation.

Harold also married his beautiful bride Marcia while in Tulsa. News On 6 Meteorologist Mike Grogan was a best man at their wedding.

Harold is from Nashville and attended Syracuse University.

Here are just a few of Harold’s stories to enjoy, but you may miss him even more.

First black soccer player at Booker T. Recall of joining the team

Tulsa Boy remembered strength, love for others

Visually impaired Tulsa man becomes world class climber

Olympic gold medalist Kenny Monday returns to Tulsa

The referee overcomes life-threatening injuries to return to football

Jenk’s soccer coach inspires the community in difficult times

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