Matthew Barr was an unquestionable leader of the 1990 baseball team. Batting .571 average with 43 RBI’s, Barr earned 2nd Team All-State in his junior year and 1st Team All-State in his senior year. He set school records in batting average, home runs, and RBI’s. Barr continued his baseball career at Georgia Tech, where he graduated with a BS in Management in 1994 and he earned his JD from Florida State in 1997. While at Georgia Tech, he was a part of the 1994 College World Series runner-up team, and he earned the student-athlete award for the team from 1992-1994. Additionally, he earned ACC Academic Honor Roll. Matt currently lives in Atlanta with his wife and two children.
Sean Culliton was a member of the Maclay Varsity Swim Team and obtained many recognitions and awards during his Marauder swim career. A well-known swimmer in the Tallahassee area, Culliton was District Champion 1982 in the 50 free and 100 fly, and City Champion in the 50 free that same year. His success led him to be named All-Big Bend in 1982 and 1983. He went on to place at the State Championship in the 50 free and 100 fly in 1983 and was a member of the State Champion 400 free relay team in 1983. After his senior season, Culliton was named an All-American as well as Maclay’s Most Valuable Player and Team Captain. After graduating from Maclay, Sean Culliton attended the University of Florida (‘88) and Florida State University College of Law (‘93).
Haley Kole led the Marauder volleyball team to four straight Final Four appearances in the state tournament, was named MVP for the squad, and was twice named the Most Outstanding Maclay Female Athlete in a team sport. She was a three-time All-Big Bend Volleyball Player of the Year on top of being an All-Big Bend first-team member for all four years of high school. She earned Prep Volleyball High School All-American Highest Honorable Mention, 2012 Under Armour High School All-American Honorable Mention (top 100 in the country), two-time Florida Gatorade Player of the Year finalist, and MVP of the 2012 Florida Coaches Association All-Star Game. Haley earned a full athletic scholarship to the University of Virginia where she was a four-year starter and was voted team captain twice. She also etched her name into the Cavalier record book for career kills. Haley is now completing her third year of law school at Florida State University.
Jenni Williamson was an outstanding multi-sport varsity athlete for Maclay and continued her accomplishments at the collegiate level. Though she earned eight varsity letters in soccer, softball, and volleyball, it was volleyball that was her passion. Jenni was an elite setter and high scorer for the Marauders all four years of her high school career and helped lead Maclay to four Final Four appearances. A two-time Big Bend Player of the Year and All-Big Bend First Team selection, “the quarterback” captained the team to a State Championship title in 1996, was named Dairy Farmers Player of the Year, FACA Player of the Year, and MVP of the volleyball team her senior year. Jenni went on to play at the University of Montevallo and Jacksonville State University where she graduated in 2000.
Boys Cross-Country State Championship Squad (1998-2002)
Since the inception of the Florida High School Athletic Association in 1947, only one school has won five consecutive state championships in Cross-Country – the Maclay Marauders. From 1998-2002, these teams set the bar for all other programs in the state, averaging a 65-point victory over the five-year span. Peaking in 2002, the Marauders beat the top programs from every classification, affixing themselves at the top of the heap in the state of Florida by winning the state championship by 107 points, the largest margin of victory ever.