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 16, 2011

    748

    1. Name: Allan Dela Cruz
    2. City: Milton, Ontario, Canada
    3. Location: Club 300 Bowl
    4. League: Phil-Tor
    5. Ball: Wicked Seige

    212-269-267 748 3 game total

    A photo of Allan Dela Cruz
  2. January 13, 2011

    861

    1. Name: Kenny Calkins III
    2. City: Marshalltown, IA, United States
    3. Location: Totem Bowl
    4. Ball: Revolver

    Shot my 2nd 300 with a revolver, then finished the night with 285(horrible fill) and 276 for the new Marshalltown city record 861 series. Thanks Big B and Thanks Bowler's Connection Pro Shop

    A photo of Kenny Calkins III
  3. January 11, 2011

    300

    1. Name: Scott Sullinger
    2. City: Elkhorn, NE, United States
    3. Location: Sempeck’s Entertainment Center

    This is Scott’s first 300 since switching to left-handed just two seasons ago.

    A photo of Scott Sullinger
  4. January 02, 2011

    300

    1. Name: Kenneth Lun
    2. City: Tonronto, Ontario, Canada
    3. Location: Club 300 Bowl
    4. League: Phi-Toronto

    Canada Brunswick Pro Shop Staff 300 Game with Wicked Siege

    A photo of Kenneth Lun
  5. December 20, 2010

    803

    1. Name: Greg Hoppe
    2. City: Cameron, MO, United States
    3. Location: Savage Lanes---Savannah, MO
    4. League: Industrial
    5. Ball: C( System ) 2.5

    Had games of 258, 276, and 269 for an 803 series. The C(System) 2.5 is a very versatile ball and the coverstock is very adaptable to various levels of sanding and polishing.

    A photo of Greg Hoppe
  6. March 14, 2010

    706

    1. Name: Joshua
    2. City: Cape Girardeau, Missouri, United States
    3. Location: West Park Lanes
    4. League: Monday Sport Shot
    5. Ball: C-System alpha-max

    I bowled a 706 on the USBC Open Championships pattern while the Storm and Hammer bowlers could barely shoot 620.

    A photo of Joshua