High Scores

We love bowling and want to celebrate the scores of our fans and friends. Below are recent high scores from around the world.

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  1. January 06, 2012

    300

    1. Name: Richard Specht
    2. City: Epworth, Iowa, United States
    3. Location: Creslanes Bowling
    4. Ball: Nexxus Pearl

    Shot 300 my first game with my Nexxus Pearl

    A photo of Richard Specht
  2. January 05, 2012

    288

    1. Name: Trey Minnett
    2. City: Terre Haute, IN, United States
    3. Ball: C System Ulti-Max

    Shot 288, 213, 244 = 745 to help my team take the city record (3704).

    A photo of Trey Minnett
  3. January 05, 2012

    791

    1. Name: Sarah Pettenger
    2. City: Grand Rapids, MI, United States
    3. Location: Park Center
    4. Ball: Nexus Solid

    Loving my new Nexus Solid!!! 279 245 267 = 791 And I almost didn't go bowling that night because I wasn't feeling so hot... Glad I did :)

    A photo of Sarah Pettenger
  4. January 05, 2012

    299

    1. Name: Vince Honeycutt
    2. City: Buford, Ga, United States
    3. Location: Oasis
    4. League: Wednesday Classic
    5. Ball: Avalanche Urethane

    789 Series

    A photo of Vince Honeycutt
  5. January 02, 2012

    ...

    1. Name: Lincoln Lanes Pro Shop
    2. City: Chambersburg, PA, United States
    3. Location: Lincoln Lanes
    4. League: Marin Corp
    5. Ball: Various

    Our team broke the house record with 4 of the 5 bowlers using Brunswick balls. We shot 3662 Rob Patterson used the only non Brunswick ball- 696 Brett Hockensmith used a Brunswick Damage- 729 Donnie Cook used a C System 4.5- 618 Darin Helman used an Evil Siege- 826 Adam Baer used a C System Ulti-Max- 793

    A photo of Lincoln Lanes Pro Shop
  6. January 02, 2012

    826

    1. Name: Darin Helman
    2. City: Chambersburg, PA, United States
    3. Location: Lincoln Lanes
    4. League: Marin Corp
    5. Ball: Evil Siege

    Shot 268, 258 and 300 for 826.

    A photo of Darin Helman