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Athletes Whose Last Name Begins with M

Robert MacKarvich (’04) – Bowling

First-team all county bowler four consecutive years.
State champion and Dade County Bowler of the Year in 2003.

Paul Mainieri (’75) – Baseball

All-county shortstop who also played quarterback on the football team.
CCHS Athlete of the Year for 1975.
Played for LSU, Miami-Dade North and the University of New Orleans.
Today is the head baseball coach at LSU.

Jose Marques-Neto (’82) – Tennis

Three-year letterman
Three-time District Champion in Singles and Doubles
Recognized as a Miami Herald All-Dade selection in 1980

David McCammon (’63) – Baseball

First team all-city as a pitcher and outfielder.
Played in the Los Angeles Dodgers system and won the batting title in the New York-Penn League.

Kevin McCutcheon (’82) – Football

3 Year Starter in Basketball and Football
First Team All-County in 1981
Played at the University of South Carolina and the University of Miami

James McKirchy (’64) – Basketball

Dade County basketball Player of the Year as a senior.
Averaged 26 points per game.  Scholar-Athlete award winner for 1964.
Won a basketball scholarship to the University of Notre Dame.

John McVeigh (’81) – Football

First Team All-County, All-State and All-American
Played at the University of Kentucky and the University of Miami
Drafted by the Seattle Seahawks in 1986

Rolando “Roly” Medina (’92) – Basketball

Named team MVP
Represented CCHS in the 1992 State All-Star Game
Went to on to Barry University to be named Sunshine State all-Freshman team

Ricardo Mejia (’81) – Wrestling

Won 2 District Championships
First Columbus Wrestler to win Regional Championship
First Team All-County for 3 Years

Mark Miggins (’72) – Baseball

2 Year Starter as Outfielder
Played at Miami Dade South for 2 Years
Played 7 Years of Professional Baseball

John E. Miller (‘67) – Football

Caught the winning touchdown pass in CCHS’s first ever victory over Coral Gables
Selected Second Team All-City in both the Herald and Miami News
Selected for an Honorable Mention All-East

Francisco Montana (’87) – Tennis

State No. 1 singles champion.
First team all-county four years.
Won a scholarship to the University of Georgia and played professionally for more than 10 years.

Marco Morales (’04) – Golf

First team All-Dade – 3 years

2 state championship teams
FAU, UNF

Edward Morse (’89) – Swimming & Diving

Won Three State Championships in Diving
Set Three State Records
1st Team All Dade

Robert Murphy (’78) – Baseball

First-team all-county as a left-handed pitcher.
Also kicked for the football team and played both baseball and football at the University of Kentucky.
Pitched in the Major Leagues for 11 years (Reds, Red Sox, Mariners, Astros, Cardinals).

Charles Musick (’65) – Golf

Won All-City Championship in 1965
Miami Herald Golfer of the Year
Scholarship to the University of Notre