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Panther Creek hires Danielle Moore as girls' basketball coach, Lindsey O'Connell as volleyball coach

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Panther Creek announced Danielle Moore as its girls' basketball coach and Lindsey O'Connell as its volleyball coach.

Moore played in college at Emory & Henry (Va.) and was most recently the volleyball coach at St. Pauls High School.

“We are thrilled to add Danielle Moore to our coaching staff at Panther Creek,” said L.J. Hepp, Panther Creek’s AD, in a statement. “Basketball is her passion and she has worked to put herself in position to lead her own program. She has a high-level knowledge of the game and has a great passion for working with kids. She will be a great fit at our school and in our community.”

O'Connell, the 2009 Tri-9 Conference Player of the Year at Green Hope, played one season at Clemson and was Panther Creek's JV coach last year. She has been coaching at the Triangle Volleyball Club for four years.

Both Moore and O'Connell will replace coaches (Geoff Bowman and Bonnie O'Connor, respectively) who took the Catamounts to the playoffs in three of the last four seasons and are responsible for the school's only winning and playoff seasons in school history.

1373572609 Panther Creek hires Danielle Moore as girls' basketball coach, Lindsey O'Connell as volleyball coach The News and Observer Copyright 2011 The News and Observer . All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.
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J. Mike Blake has been the Sports Editor for The Cary News and Southwest Wake News since October 2008. He holds two "unofficial" NCHSAA records in two different sports - highest career free throw percentage (2-of-2) in basketball and fewest career singles victories (zero. sigh.) for tennis.
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