Class of 2006

Winter Park Sports Hall of Fame Class of 2006

Darwin Anderson

A stellar running back for all four years he attended Winter Park, Darwin rushed for 2200 yards his senior year and scored 32 touchdowns.  For his efforts he was named MVP and won the Football Golden Helmet Award as Offensive Player of the Year in addition to being named to the Metro Conference and All State first teams.  Darwin was selected to play in the Florida – Georgia Game and named First Team All-American by Parade Magazine.

In track Darwin was a sprinter who ran the 200 meters and the 400 meters, taking 1st place trophies in the 200 and the 400 relay... Read More

Bess Harbin Auer

A gymnast who was ranked 32nd in the nation at the young age of 11, Bess lettered in gymnastics at WPHS for 3 years, being named to the All-Conference and All State teams in ’86 and ’87 and All-Conference in “88.

Bess won the state title on the balance beam in both her sophomore and junior years and placed 2nd on the uneven bars as a senior, earning her Athlete of the Week honors.

As a cheerleader, Bess performed with the JV squad for basketball and football in 10th grade, moving up to varsity basketball, football, and wrestling as a junior and senior, cheering in national competitions both years... Read More

Sarah Yohe Cohen

Everyone who has followed soccer at WPHS knows the name Sarah Yohe.  Sarah lettered all four years at Winter Park and was co-captain in her senior year.  An outstanding forward and outside-midfielder, Sarah was All-Metro, All County, and All State for 4 years. In addition, she was chosen as Metro Player of the Year in 1994 and Orlando Sentinel Player of the Year and Class 6A Player of the Year in ‘96.  Sarah’s many special awards include Team Offensive MVP in ’94 and ’95, Team MVP and WPHS Female Athlete of the Year in ’96... Read More

Bill Collier

Bill was one of the truly gifted athletes at WPHS during the decade of the 1960’s.  A three-sport letterman in football, baseball, and basketball his junior and senior years, he was co-captain of all three sports his senior year, a very unusual accomplishment!  His versatility earned him the title of Most Athletic his senior year.

While basketball was his main sport, Bill was outstanding in all of his endeavors.  As a guard on the basketball team, Bill averages 15 points per game and was voted All Orange Belt Conference and All City... Read More

Paul Herman

Paul was one of the founding members of the Orlando Track Club along with Winter Park Coach Bob Mosher and served as its president from 1972 until 1983.  During that time, the track club was in charge of officiating at all track and field meets held in Orange County, including high school, Metro, District, Regional, and State track meets.  The club also ran the Golden South Classic, one of the top track events in the southeastern United States, for which Paul organized all of the officiating.  In addition, they worked with the Florida Track Club at the Florida Relays... Read More

Eric Howard

Debbie, Eric’s wife of over 20 years, describes him as the “greatest husband, father and sportsman”. She goes on to say “playing football and baseball at Winter Park helped develop Eric into a man of great character with the necessary discipline and determination to succeed at any given task given him. He continues to make sports and physical fitness an important part of his daily life. Whether it is PT, playing a football game, teaching self defense, playing sports with his children or commanding a mission in Iraq; he has succeeded due, in part, to the skills, discipline and determination developed on the sports field... Read More

Bret Munsey

Bret lettered in football, basketball, and track both his junior and senior years at Winter Park.  In football he led the team in pass receiving and was the only Central Florida player to be named to both the offensive and defensive All Conference Teams as a receiver and a defensive back.  During his senior year he was an Orlando Touchdown Club Offensive Player of the Week.  In addition, Bret had a career high 28 points versus Lyman in the District Basketball Tournament, he is the co-holder of the 100 meter dash record, and he anchored the record-setting 440 relay team in track... Read More