State champs to reunite

by Steve Ottman Falls News Correspondent


IT HAS BEEN 15 YEARS since the Sheboygan Falls High School football team captured the school’s first ever state football championship with a 41-0 victory over Green Bay Notre Dame in the WIAA Division 3 state championship game at Camp Randall Stadium in Madison. Following the victory, members of the Falls squad carried head coach Dan Juedes triumphantly off the field. Members of the 2000 SFHS state championship team will be on hand for a special reunion celebration at halftime of the Falcons’ game against Two Rivers this Friday night at Zell Field. - Falls News file photo by Jeff Kernen IT HAS BEEN 15 YEARS since the Sheboygan Falls High School football team captured the school’s first ever state football championship with a 41-0 victory over Green Bay Notre Dame in the WIAA Division 3 state championship game at Camp Randall Stadium in Madison. Following the victory, members of the Falls squad carried head coach Dan Juedes triumphantly off the field. Members of the 2000 SFHS state championship team will be on hand for a special reunion celebration at halftime of the Falcons’ game against Two Rivers this Friday night at Zell Field. - Falls News file photo by Jeff Kernen Sheboygan Falls High School will honor the 15th anniversary of the Falcons’ 2000 WIAA Division 3 state football championship season by honoring the team members during halftime of the Falcons’ game versus Two Rivers this Friday, Sept. 25, at Zell Field.

The 2000 Falcons recorded a 14-0 perfect season en route to the school’s first state football championship.

Falls shutout Green Bay Notre Dame 41-0 in the WIAA Division 3 state championship game on a snowy November night at Camp Randall Stadium in Madison to cap a season to remember.

Under the direction of 19thyear head coach Dan Juedes, the the Falls squad outscored its opponents 379-21 during the regular season, while posting eight shutouts.

In the WIAA playoffs, the Falcons shutout Berlin 35-0, Chilton 34-0, defeated Watertown Lutheran 27-14 and stopped Waunakee 28-9 on the way to a berth in the state championship game.

Falls set three state records during the 2000 season with 469 total yards of rushing, largest win margin of 41-0 and individual rushing yards as running back Nick Weber gained 232 yards on the ground for the Falcons.


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