Harbert Okuti of Sleepy Hollow, New York, and Hollie Sick, of Cherry Hill, won the AmeriHealth NJ April Fools Half Marathon on Sunday in Atlantic City.

On a chilly — temperatures only reached the 40s — windy, rainy day along the seaside, Okuti, 32, was the overall winner in 1 hour, 11 minutes, 40 seconds at the finish line at North Carolina Avenue and the Boardwalk.

Okuti, a native of Uganda, finished 15th overall in the 2016 Boston Marathon.

Sick, 27, won the women’s title in 1:26.08.

The 13.1-mile race began and ended at North Avenue and the Boardwalk and went through Ventnor, Margate and Longport and back.

Walter Ingram, 25, of Lambertville in Hunterdon, County, was second overall in 1:16:36. Louie Stengel, 26, of Vernon in Sussex County, placed third in 1:20.47.

Erin Janssen, 35, of Medford Lakes in Burlington County, finished second in the women’s division in 1:26:51. Morgan Sinclair, 26, of Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania, was third in 1:35.30.

The race had 827 runners.

The AmeriHealth NJ April Fools Half Marathon event also consisted of three races held Saturday at North Carolina Avenue: an 11K, a 7K and a Kids Fit Final Mile.

The overall 11K winner was Henry Notaro, 56, of Northfield, in 42:05. Stephanie Vandenberg, 29, of Northfield, was the women’s winner in 48:58.

Steve Antczak, 50, of Northfield, was second for the men in 45:17, and William Cook, 64, of Scranton, Pennsylvania, took third in 48:22.

Lacey Balliet, 32, of Milton in Morris County, was second in the women’s division in 50:32. Shannon Keck, 33, of Mickleton, Gloucester County, finished third in 50:45.

Lauren Kelly, 27, of Philadelphia, was first overall in the 7K race and the women’s champion in 26:16. Nicholas Galinus, 14, of Egg Harbor Township, was the men’s champion in 31:36.

Megan Pappan, 25, of Atlantic City, was second overall and the second female finisher in 30:06. Rachel Grant, 27, of Egg Harbor Township, was third in the women’s division in 32:04.

Alan Chandler, 45, of Virginia Beach, Virginia, finished second for the men in 31:56. Terry Love, 44, of Vineland, was third in 32:35.

Nicholas Ferzetti, 14, was first overall in Kids Fit Final Mile in 5:14. Jadah Butler, 12, was the female winner in 5:34.

Nasim Tyson, 14, was second in the boys division in 5:30, and Zachard Scholl, 9, finished third for the boys in 5:44.

Liberty Hewitt, 10, was second in the girls division in 5:36, and Shaquaun Longott, finished third in 6:39.

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Contact: 609-272-7210 GGargan@pressofac.com

I’ve been at The Press since January of 1983. I cover all sports in general, but mostly lifeguard racing, and high school field hockey, football, swimming, basketball, crew, baseball and softball.

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