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 21, 2012


    1. Name: Randell L Reseck
    2. City: Long Beach, CA, United States
    3. Location: Cal Bowl
    4. League: Gobs And Gals
    5. Ball: C-System Alpha Max

    202-300-265 / 767 series

    A photo of Randell L Reseck
  2. January 21, 2012


    1. Name: Rick Thomas
    2. City: Middleton, WI, United States
    3. Location: Prairie Lanes
    4. League: City Tournament
    5. Ball: Nexus Pearl

    The highest series ever bowled in Madison City Tournament History using a Nexus Pearl. Games of 279-300-267

    A photo of Rick Thomas
  3. January 20, 2012


    1. Name: Nathan Adams
    2. City: Northville, MI, United States
    3. Location: Oak Lanes
    4. League: Ray Melnik Invitational
    5. Ball: Slingshot

    Nate used his pink/black Slingshot to tame a burned up 2nd shift house condition on wood lanes to tame the backends and shoot 300. The Slingshot was the perfect pairing for night!

    A photo of Nathan Adams
  4. January 19, 2012


    1. Name: Jackie Farris
    2. City: Rohnert Park, CA, United States
    3. Location: Double Decker Lanes
    4. League: Thurs. T.O.B.L
    5. Ball: Nexus Solid

    Jackie just shot her 3rd 300 of the season including 2 this week using her Nexus Solid.

    A photo of Jackie Farris
  5. January 18, 2012


    1. Name: Matt Fields
    2. City: Terre Haute, IN, United States
    3. Ball: Brunswick C-system Ulti-Max
    A photo of Matt Fields
  6. January 17, 2012


    1. Name: Timothy Chao
    2. City: Markham, Ontario, Canada
    3. Location: Club 300 Bowl
    4. League: CBC Tuesday Mixed League
    5. Ball: Wicked Siege

    I am 13 years old, and this is my 3rd year being involved in this sport. On January 17th, 2012, I shot my personal high series of 774 with the games of 255, 242 and 277. I want to thank my dad, Henry Chao, for coaching me since the day I started bowling. I also would like to thank Mr. Alan Chan for laying out this magnificent ball for me!

    A photo of Timothy Chao