The Clearwater Central Catholic High School community is proud to announce that six alumni were inducted into the CCC Athletic Hall of Fame on Friday, September 25, 2015 during halftime of the football game. The inductees were Colin McCarthy ’06, Cameron Martin ’09, Molly Malloy-Crawley ’86, Craig Gilman ’81, Ken Jewell ’85 and Chris Marquardt ’88.
Colin McCarthy earned six varsity letters at CCC as a member of the football and basketball teams. He remains CCC’s all-time tackle and sack leader and was named All-State his senior year. Colin attended the University of Miami on a football scholarship where he was selected team captain and All-ACC his senior year. He was awarded the Plumer Award for leadership, motivation and spirit and was a Butkus Award candidate. Colin was drafted in 2011 by the Tennessee Titans and played from 2011-2015 before shoulder injuries led to his retirement earlier this year.
Cameron Martin earned four varsity letters as a member of the CCC swim team and was a two-time Florida State Champion (100m fly and 100m backstroke). Cameron was a two-time Academic All-American, five-time All-American swimmer and ten-time school record holder. After graduating from CCC, Cameron accepted a scholarship to swim for the University of Florida. He led the UF team to the SEC Championship and was named Academic All-American and All-American (seven times). Cameron continues to assist with the UF swim team while working towards his Ph.D.
Molly Malloy-Crawley was a four-year, three-sport, All-State athlete in basketball, volleyball and softball. As a member of the basketball team Molly led the Marauders in scoring all four years, and in 1985 she led CCC to a volleyball State Championship. After graduating from CCC, Molly went on to play basketball for Florida Southern University.
Craig Gilman earned seven varsity letters at CCC as a member of the football and basketball teams. He holds the school record for stolen bases (109) and was a member of the 1979 State Championship baseball team. After graduating from CCC, Craig accepted a baseball scholarship to Georgia Southwestern College.
Ken Jewell was a four-year starter for the CCC soccer team. He led the team to s State Championship in 1983 and runner-up finishes in 1984 and 1985. He was selected a Parade High School All-American, National Soccer Coaches Association of America All-American and Adidas All-American. After graduating from CCC, Ken accepted a scholarship to play for Old Dominion University and finished his soccer career playing professionally for the Tampa Bay Rowdies in 1990-91.
Chris Marquardt earned six varsity letters in basketball and tennis. In 1987 he helped lead the basketball team to its first State Championship and was named Honorable Mention All-American. Chris was nominated for the McDonald All-American Basketball Team and competed on the Team Florida AAU basketball squad which finished as National runners-up. Chris went on to accept a scholarship to play basketball for Princeton University where he played on four Ivy League Championship teams, made four trips to the NCAA Tournament and was selected All-Ivy, Academic All-Ivy and Academic All-American.