Mo Gore brings experience from multiple levels of football, having played receiver in college at Appalachian State University, coached wide receivers at Richmond Senior High School in Rockingham, NC, and now joining the Grizzlies to coach defensive backs. As a student at Watauga High School, he was a four-time all-conference selection (two for football, two for track & field) and was also named Conference Special Teams Player of the Year during senior campaign.
At Appalachian State, Gore played under Hall of Fame coach Jerry Moore, and was also coached by Scott Satterfield in his first year of being named head coach at Appalachian. While at Appalachian, Gore was a part of the 2012 SoCon championship team. Mo’s father, Mike was also a part of a SoCon championship team at Appalachian State during the 1986 season coached by Sparky Woods. While at Richmond Senior High School, Gore was accomplished as a baseball coach, winning the 2016 SEC baseball championship as an assistant.
Director of Operations & Sponsorship
Bri Kaylor is the Director of Operations for the High Country Grizzlies. She moved to the High Country in 2011 to attend Appalachian State University. Bri fell in love with the area and decided to call the High Country home.
This will be her second season with the Grizzles in this role. Her passion for sports and business operations makes Bri a great fit within our front office. Working with game day logistics and managing our intern workforce is Bri’s favorite parts of the job. Creating family fun entertainment is her goal each season and providing internship opportunities that are unique to the High Country.
Director of Marketing
Cameron is the Director of Marketing for the High Country Grizzlies. He is currently a Senior Appalachian State University pursuing a Bachelor’s Degree in Marketing. Cameron is originally from Gastonia, NC.
This is Cameron’s third season with the Grizzlies as his first year was as an equipment manager for the team and the second was also spent in Marketing. Cameron has juggled being a full-time student and full-time employee so well that he is slated to graduate a semester early.