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Pat Moore

Position: Head Coach

Email: patrick.moore@boiseschools.org

Boise School District is pleased to announce the appointment of Patrick Moore as the new Head Varsity Tennis Coach at Borah High School.Coach Pat Moore has been an employee of the Boise Schools since 2001.

Pat coached junior high tennis and JV Tennis for 19 years, and served as the Borah High School Head Varsity Tennis Coach from 2010 to 2012.

Currently, Pat teaches Social Studies at West Junior High School, and is deeply committed to students’ growth in the areas of academics, athletics and citizenship.

Pat is a graduate of Boise State University (History) and Teachers College, Columbia University (Masters in Teaching Social Studies).



Sam Stafford

Position: Coach

Email: sam.stafford@boiseschools.org

Coach Samuel Stafford is currently teaching Exploring Computer Science, A.P. Computer Science Principals, and A.P. Computer Science A. He is very proud to be a Borah Lion and was born and raised in Boise, Idaho. He graduated from Capital High School, received a bachelors in Secondary Math Education, a masters in Educational Leadership from Boise State University, and a certificate in STEM Education with an emphasis in Computer Science. Mr. Stafford started teaching in 2010 at Bruneau, Idaho at Rimrock Jr. Sr. High. During his time there he coached the junior high basketball team. His first priority as an educator is to ensure that each student is successful and to offer help in anyway he can.


Curtis Egge

Position: Assistant Coach

Email: NA

This is Curtis Egge’s 7th season coaching Borah Lions Tennis. Although there were no interscholastic high school tennis programs in small-town Montana during the early 1970’s, with his Dad’s help, Curtis developed his game sufficiently to play at Pacific Lutheran University (PLU, NAIA) in 1974 and 1975 under Coach Mike Benson.  Curtis graduated from PLU (’77) with a Social Work degree and Secondary Education Certification.    

After about an 18-year hiatus, in 2010 Curtis resumed playing tennis.  He also began working with beginning adults, intermediate adults and high school varsity players.  In addition to his coaching responsibilities, Curtis is in his eighth year working as an NCAA D-1/USTA tennis official with both on court and training responsibility. 

He very much enjoys playing recreationally, playing competitively, coaching,teaching and officiating. 


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