McNelly, 70, a retired businessman, completed his 281st marathon since 1969 by running the Washington's Birthday event in Beltsville, Md., in 4:47.26. McNelly finished first in the over-70 age group.
Hall, 19, won three junior titles at the U.S. cross-country ski championships. She was first in the 15-km classic-style (diagonal stride) event, and topped the field in the 10-km and 5-km freestyle skating competitions.
Jennifer, 9, won the U.S. Gymnastics Federation state girls' all-around championship for her age group (seven-to-nine) by finishing first in the floor exercise, second on the uneven bars and vault, and fourth on the beam.
Barry, a junior on the Waterville High hockey team, scored four goals in a 10-0 defeat of Brunswick, which gave him a season total of 69, four more than the U.S. record set by Michael Helber of Ann Arbor, Mich., in '88.
Carlton, freshman guard for St. Mark's School, scored 38 points and had 23 rebounds to lead the 18-12 Lions to a 68-60 win over Bishop Dunn. Through last weekend, he was averaging 24.5 points and 16.5 rebounds.
Hale, 22, scored five goals for the Empire Polo Club of Indio in a 10-9 victory over the Palmera/Hanalei Bay team to win the first U.S. Polo Association Women's Open title. Hale was also tournament Most Valuable Player.