The Clearwater Central Catholic Marauder Athletics Hall of Fame was established in 2001 to recognize alumni, coaches, and contributors who made a significant contribution to the school’s athletic history. We recognize their exceptional athletic ability, sportsmanship on the field, scholarship in the classroom, and high-quality leadership both on and off the field. We aim to recognize individuals who established a personal reputation for character in the community, even after their graduation from CCC.
We aim to remind the new generation of athletes of the tradition of honor and respect they must strive to uphold and embody.
The Clearwater Central Catholic High School Athletics Hall of Fame exists to ensure that the history and tradition of the school, as well as the contributions of individuals, is celebrated. Its purpose is to honor, pay tribute to and perpetuate the memory of those individuals who, either through participation, support or interest, have made outstanding contributions in the field of athletics or helped Clearwater Central Catholic High School in its pursuit of integrity and excellence.
The Class of 2021-22
John Kisz ’66, Nicole Riley ’95, Kyle Curinga ’12, Kathleen Moore ’15 and Jeff Smith II ’15 were inducted into the CCC Athletic Hall of Fame during halftime of the football game on September 10, 2021.
John Kisz ’66– Football
Nicole Riley ’95– Soccer
Kyle Curinga ’12– Soccer
Kathleen Moore ’15– Volleyball
Jeff Smith II ’15– Football
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The advancement office is now accepting nominations for the induction class of 2022-2023. Any previous nominees that were not selected will be automatically considered for the next five years, after which they will be placed on a secondary consideration list.