Melissa Danks won her way in to the New Mexico Open this August 16-18, beating an otherwise all male field at Tenpins & More on Sunday.

BOWLING UPDATEFrom Tenpins & More * Melissa Danks won her way in to the New Mexico Open this August 16-18, beating an otherwise all male field at Tenpins & More on Sunday. Danks had only one blemish in her six games then finished with a strike-filled 241 to hold off big closing games from Jason Continue Reading…

A demanding and difficult sport lane condition, oiled to 35 feet of the lane’s sixty feet and with little volume in the middle section of the lane, caused scores to plummet to a field average of only 204 in Monday’s Match-Play tournament at Tenpins & More.

BOWLING UPDATEFrom Tenpins & More * A demanding and difficult sport lane condition, oiled to 35 feet of the lane’s sixty feet and with little volume in the middle section of the lane, caused scores to plummet to a field average of only 204 in Monday’s Match-Play tournament at Tenpins & More. From a near-record Continue Reading…

Three New Mexico bowlers set a new city and state record team score on the final night of the $ 23,500 Bud Trios League at Tenpins & More in Rio Rancho last Wednesday

BOWLING UPDATEFrom Tenpins & More * Three New Mexico bowlers set a new city and state record team score on the final night of the $ 23,500 Bud Trios League at Tenpins & More in Rio Rancho last Wednesday. Between them, the two right-handers and one southpaw bowled thirty-two strikes from thirty-six deliveries. Pete Sheridan Continue Reading…

Entries increased by almost five percent over last year in last week’s 56th annual Native American Bowling tournament at Tenpins & More.

BOWLING UPDATE From Tenpins & More * Entries increased by almost five percent over last year in last week’s 56th annual Native American Bowling tournament at Tenpins & More. The prestige Masters titles went to two-handed Jordyn Manning of Gallup 175-161 Claudette Casaus in the women’s division, local Rusty Coffey 226-132 over Laguna Pueblo’s Larry Continue Reading…

20TH NEW MEXICO OPEN WILL SET NEW RECORDS

Rio Rancho: The New Mexico Open bowling tournament will offer record prize-money of more than $ 76,000 when it’s 20th edition hits the lanes at Tenpins & More in Rio Rancho, August 16-18. Defending champion and twice runner-up, Francois Lavoie of Wichita, Kansas will be trying to join Albuquerque’s John Young as the tournament’s only Continue Reading…

Numerous local bowlers captured city titles on their “home lanes” at Tenpins & More in Rio Rancho in last week’s Senior City tournament there.

BOWLING UPDATEFrom Tenpins & More * Numerous local bowlers captured city titles on their “home lanes” at Tenpins & More in Rio Rancho in last week’s Senior City tournament there. Carl Chavez, Gary Hadley, Joe Merrick and Dana Miller-Mackie combined for a 2,845 pin-fall to win division 1 teams by 109 pins from a Bernalillo Continue Reading…

a new “King of the Hill” crowned when Eric Vanderlip survived qualifying rounds then walked through four more rounds untouched

—-BOWLING UPDATE From Tenpins & More * Lot of bowling action in the past weeks at Tenpins & More in Rio Rancho, including a new “King of the Hill” crowned when Eric Vanderlip survived qualifying rounds then walked through four more rounds untouched. The left-hander made the cut from 35 to 18 players in 15th Continue Reading…

Jeanne and Andrew Carver won the recent Valentine’s Doubles bowling tournament with an inspired performance on the lanes at Tenpins & More in Rio Rancho.

BOWLING UPDATEFrom Tenpins & More * Jeanne and Andrew Carver won the recent Valentine’s Doubles bowling tournament with an inspired performance on the lanes at Tenpins & More in Rio Rancho. Wife, Jeanne had above-average games of 179, 180, 170 while husband, Andrew continued his current good form that has seen him with both 300 Continue Reading…

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…

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