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Andy Tedesco didn't clown around in the Red Shoes Run 5K April 5 in Savannah. The 57-year-old belied his age by leading the field of 204 in the annual race, which benefits the Ronald McDonald House.

Tedesco ran a 19:06, finishing 31 seconds ahead of second-place Joey Morcock, 34. Lauren Grant, 31, placed third overall in 19:55. O.J. Kinsey, 38, finished third among the men in 20:27.

Sarah Batt, 49, placed first among the women, excluding Grant, in 22:01. Lee Ann Somers, 40, was second in 22:24, and Jenny Kyle, 64, continued the trend of veteran runners not showing their age by taking third in 22:32.

Mike Butler, 53, took the masters crown in 20:50. Barbara Dangelo, 44, led the masters women with a time of 23:55.

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