Chris Colongeli, 33, led a field of 45 runners to complete the 12th Annual Kingdom Challenge Half-Marathon on Saturday. Colongeli won the race in 1:28: 11, to edge silver medalist Tim Richmond, 45, who clocked in at 1:33:08. Jim Flint, 60, finished third in 1:34:08.

Shelby Farrell,29, won the female division in 1:42:38. Caitlin Littlefield, 34, and Victoria Martin, 27, finished in second and third for the women, respectively.

Ninety-five runners completed the 5K portion of the race.

Pete Land, 41, was the overall winner with a time of 20:15.

Isaac Lenzini led his Good Shepherd School classmates, and everyone under 18, clocking in at 21:32.

Lorraine McPhillips was the top female finisher completing the 5K in 25:09. Ryland Page, 9, and Willa Mantius, 7, were the top under-18 finishers in the female division.

Proceeds from the race benefit the Good Shepherd Catholic School.

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