Division 2 4x4 Record Of 3:58.13 Set By Columbus High School In 2004

Saturday, June 5, 2004 at Verterans Memorial; Stadium on the campus of UW-La Crosse. Results.

Photos provided by Heather Miller

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Above: 4x4 relay L-R: Danielle Miller, Heather Miller, Christie Jahnke, and Emily Raymond with the 2004 D2 Team Champion Trophy.




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Above: The second exchange showing Heather Miller handing off to Christie Jahnke.


The Columbus Cardinal 2004 D2 State Championship Team


The Division 2 Record Holders in the 4x4 from Columbus

The quartet of Emily Raymonds, Christie Jahnke, Danielle Miller, and Heather Miller posted a 3:58.13 in the finals at the 2004 State Meet to set the D2 4x4 State Record.

The old record had been set the year before by the Kiel 4x4 [3:58.94] consisting of Jess Scott, Caitlin Schetter, Heidi Heberlein, and Becky Kempfert. The same 4 Kiel runners returned for 2004 and finished 2nd to the record setting Cardinal 4x4 from Columbus.

The Columbus 4x4 helped the Cardinals to a State Championship. Kiel finished second to Columbus at the 2004 State Meet.


Division 2 - 2004 Team Rankings

1) Columbus 64, 2) Kiel 45, 3) Pewaukee 40, 4) Brown Deer 38, 5) Chilton 33, 6) Lakeside Lutheran 26, 7) Amery 20 7) Clinton 20, 7) Howards Grove 20 10) Kettle Moraine Lutheran 19, 11) Dominican 18, 12) Whitewater 17, 13) Lodi 16, 14) East Troy 15, 14) Tomahawk 15, 14) Boyceville 15, 14) Medford Area 15, 18) Sheboygan Falls 14 18) Winneconne 14, 20) Shorewood 13, 20) Platteville 1, 20) Belleville/New Glarus 13, 20) Bloomer 13, 20) Freedom 13, 25) Milw. Lutheran 11, 25) Osceola 11 25) McFarland 11 28) West De Pere 10, 28) Lancaster 10, 28) University School of Milw 10.

The 64 points scored by Columbus [Coach Marlin Hensler] in 2004 tied the previous record for points by a D2 team. Prairie du Chien [Coach Elizabeth Mullarkey] also scored 64 points in 1976 in winning a D2 team championship.



Above: The first exchange showing Danielle. Miller handing off to Heather Miller.


Heather Miller

WIAA 2004.


Emily Raymonds

Cougar Relays, Janesville 2003.