Arevalo set the stage with an opening seven strikes in a row for 253, while Opela closed with six strikes for 248.

BOWLING UPDATE From Tenpins & More * Highest average teams don’t always win handicap-added bowling tournaments but one did Sunday at Tenpins & More, when Carson Opela and Jon Arevalo saved their best team game to break a three-way tie in the annual Superbowl Doubles Marathon. Arevalo set the stage with an opening seven strikes Continue Reading…

RIO RANCHO WINS 8TH STATE HIGH SCHOOL BOWLING TITLE

Rio Rancho Rams high school bowling squad won their eighth NMAA High School state 5-A bowling championship Saturday in the event contested by twelve schools at Tenpins & More. They beat La Cueva Bears in the three-game finale 585-514 with game scores of 213-154, 183-170 and 189-190. After the local team took a comfortable 59-pin Continue Reading…

The new “King or Queen of the Hill” bowling tournament series started last Sunday at Tenpins & More in Rio Rancho has crowned it’s first champion – and that is Adrienne Hare of Rio Rancho.

BOWLING UPDATE From Tenpins & More * The new “King or Queen of the Hill” bowling tournament series started last Sunday at Tenpins & More in Rio Rancho has crowned it’s first champion – and that is Adrienne Hare of Rio Rancho. Hare dominated proceedings in the survivor format in which the top half of Continue Reading…

Eighty bowlers have advanced in the 23rd annual New Mexico Games bowling tournament at Tenpins & More in Rio Rancho.

BOWLING UPDATE From Tenpins & More * Eighty bowlers have advanced in the 23rd annual New Mexico Games bowling tournament at Tenpins & More in Rio Rancho. From a near-record 374 qualifying attempts and 127 finalists, the eighty won their way to a shot at gold, silver and bronze medals later this month as well Continue Reading…

Bowling Buzz: Rio Rancho’s Youth NM Open Scholarships, ‘Filling Frames’ Triumph, Real Bowling Heroes, & High School Season Kickoff!

BOWLING UPDATE From Tenpins & More* An unprecedented, one-time added scholarship of $ 5,000 is being awarded to bowlers coming to Rio Rancho this weekend (September 23-24) for the annual Youth New Mexico Open. Both scratch and handicap division winners this Sunday will each receive scholarships for a record$ 1,250. Boys and girls ranging in Continue Reading…