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…

THREE CHAMPIONS RESOLVED; YOUTH TO GO THIS SUNDAY

(updated 1/22/24) Three winners have been named so far in the 23rd Champion of Champions bowling tournament with the youth winner to be decided this Sunday at Tenpins & More in Rio Rancho. Antonio Lopez set a new scoring pace record in winning the men’s title, averaging 245.5 over 14 games, while going 12-2 in Continue Reading…

Sunday’s Champion of Champions Final

Sunday’s Champion of Champions Final From left, men’s winner, Antonio Lopez averaged a new tournament record 245.5 over 14 games to beat runner-up, Joseph Paterson of Soccoro by 314 in Sunday’s Champion of Champions final at Tenpins & More. He received $ 1,060 while Paterson was consoled with a check for $ 705.

* One hundred and forty-two entries later, forty bowlers have made the finals for the 23rd annual “Champion of Champions” tournament at Tenpins & More.

BOWLING UPDATE From Tenpins & More * One hundred and forty-two entries later, forty bowlers have made the finals for the 23rd annual “Champion of Champions” tournament at Tenpins & More. Over the next three Sundays (starting January 7) these bowlers will play match-play against one another in separate divisions for men, women, seniors and Continue Reading…

Pete Sheridan used his many years of experience in competitive bowling around the world to win Sunday’s King of the Hill tournament at Tenpins & More.

BOWLING NEWS From Tenpins & More * Pete Sheridan used his many years of experience in competitive bowling around the world to win Sunday’s King of the Hill tournament at Tenpins & More. Sheridan overcame a testing sport lane condition laid down for the event – appropriately named “Scrooge 46” – that produced only thirteen Continue Reading…