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Athletes Whose Last Name Begins with B

Bernie Brewer – Special Contributor

Served as the Christopher Columbus Equipment Manager for 28 years
Established a system for organizing all equipment needed for outfitting a football team
Has helped countless Columbus Football players with their uniforms needs

Timothy Briand (’96) – Golf

Named the Dade County Golfer of the Year by the Miami Herald
Tim had the lowest scoring average in Dade County, shooting just over 34 per round
Tim was a member of the University of South Carolina Men’s Golf Team that ended the 1998 season as 4th in the nation

Br. Herb Baker 1983-1996 – Head Baseball Coach

Won 2 State Championships at Monsignor Pace High School
Head Coach for 14 Seasons at Columbus
Won 7 District, 5 Regional and 2 Sectional

Bret Baynham (’77) – Football and Baseball

Second Team All-County
He compiled a 24-4 career record at South Carolina
The recipient of Columbus’ scholar athlete award.

Eugene Becker (’67) – Baseball

First recruit of Charlie Greene, the legendary Miami Dade South baseball coach
Named MVP of the American Legion All-Star Game
Played on the Columbus American Legion team

Enrique “Kiki” Bengochea (’99) – Baseball

Named Player of the Year
Helped Columbus Varsity baseball post a record on the all-time win list.
Drafted by the Kansas City Royals

Tom Bernhardt (’93) – Baseball

All-County in 1995 when he led Dade County in hitting and home runs.
Played at Louisiana State University where he helped the Tigers win two National Championships.
Played in the Cubs organization.

John Bevilaqua (’65) – Basketball

Led the Explores to 16 wins and a District championship in 1965
Scored 11 points in the 1965 North-South All Star Game and took home the MVP trophy
He was named First-Team all-City by the Miami Herald

Greg Blackwell (’04) – Golf

Won both Youth Fair and GMAC titles
Named the Miami Herald Athlete of the Year for Boy’s Golf
Ranked in the Top 50 Nationally by Golfweek Magazine

Eduardo Blanco (’83) – Baseball

Three-year Starter in CF
County-record 11 Homeruns as a Junior
Played at Creighton University

Frank Boucek (’64) – Football

3 Year Letterman
First Team All-City and All-Catholic
Played both Offensive Line and Linebacker

John Bow (’76) – Football

Lettered in four sports – football, basketball, baseball and track.
Named to the Miami Herald and Miami News All-County football team.
Athlete of the Year in 1976.
Played at the University of Kentucky.

Matthew Britton (’87) – Football

Named first team All-Dade and first team All-State
22 tackles – Team captain his senior year
A hall of fame member

Marc Buoniconti (’83) – Football

All-county inside linebacker.
Started as a junior on the team that played in the state championship game.
Played at the Citadel.

Carter Burrus (’62) – Football

All-state defensive end; also played running back.
Was also a standout sprinter in track and was the CCHS Sportsmanship award winner in 1962.
Played football at Michigan State University.

Bob Bustamante (’72) – Basketball

Led CCHS to its first district basketball championship.
First-team Class AAA all-state.
Played at Miami-Dade and Biscayne College (now St. Thomas University).

Warren Butler (’76) – Basketball

Starting Point Guard for 2 Years
1976 Team Records was 23-6
Played 4 Years at Florida Southern College