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Athletes Whose Last Name Begins with G

Dwayne Ganzy (’84) – Track & Field

School Record Holder 110 Hurdles
Three-year Letterman in Football & Track
Played Football at Syracuse University

Alex Garabedian (’04) – Baseball

Hit 28 career home runs
Two-time All Dade Selection
4 year batting average of .415

Jeff Gardner (’72) – Football

All county, all-state and all-American.
Three-year varsity starter as offensive and defensive lineman.
Selected Miami Herald all-decade team.
Three-year starter at Florida State University.

Ed Gehret (’64) – Track & Field and Cross Country

First team All-City in track & field and cross country
Championships three consecutive years
GMAC champion in cross country

Rudy Gomez (’93) – Baseball

Three Year Letterman at the University of Miami
Recognized with 1st Team All-Dade Honors
Named a AA All-Star in 1997

Joaquin Antonio Gonzalez (’97) – Football

Sugar Bowl winner in 2000; National Champion in 2001
Named Freshman All-American
Recipient of the Draddy Scholar-Athlete Award

David Goodman Swimming Coach 1963-1971

Led Columbus to 68 dual meet wins
He was honored as the Miami News Coach of the Year
He received honor from the Miami Herald in 1971

Camilo Guerci (’06) – Volleyball

A brilliant leaper with uncanny timing
Received Second-Team All Dade honors from the Miami Herald and was selected to play in the Dade-Broward All-Star game
Bronze Medal winner at the USA Open Nationals

Tony Guerra (’89) – Soccer

The most dynamic offensive weapon
He kicked 31 goals in just 17 games
Soccer at Miami-Dade & Division 1 Drexel University

Joseph “JoJo” Gutierrez (’03) – Baseball

School record holder for RBIs and Homeruns
Won 23 games as a pitcher
Delivered a clutch two-RBI double to help the Explorers bring home the State Title

Brian Griese (’93) – Football

All-county quarterback.
Played at the University of Michigan and in the National Football League.
CCHS Athlete of the Year for 1993.

Pedro Grifol (’88) – Baseball

All county catcher.
Played for Florida State University and Team USA.
Played nine seasons of professional baseball (Minnesota Twins, New York Mets)