Meet some ofour Friends at Tenpins & More!
Below are the faces and names of some of our wonderful patrons and staff whose loyalty and lives bring fun and blessedness to our center!
The Rio Rancho NM High School State Champion Bowling team
NM Games Athlete of the Year, PERRY HAMPEL, was named New Mexico Games Male Athlete of the Year at the opening ceremony of the 27th New Mexico Games at Balloon Fiesta Park IN 2015.
Perry is the head coach for Volcano Vista High School and also coaches Special Olympics bowlers, including his daughter, Ashley.
Congratulations Perry on this achievement. "It couldn't have happened to a nicer Canuck"!
These two drive down from Santa Fe twice a week (year-round) to compete in both the Santa Fe Mazda/Volvo Draft League and the Bud Handicap Trios. That's dedication - and a desire to keep learning more about this lifetime sport.
Three young bowlers who will likely go far in the sport.
From left, Kallista Fritts, Yarelis Alvarez and Robin Prioleau.
Albuquerque's Marsha Kuhnley has a courtesy call, before taking off
on what looks like what will be a thoughtful delivery.
Center manager, Steve Mackie with Janeyl Carper, who has been bowling here since 1999.
The Family that Bowls Together Stays Together!
The Rico clan of Rio Rancho are a long-time family fixture at Tenpins & More. From left, daughter, Estela, her husband, C J, dad, Lorenzo, mom, Frances, their grandson, Brian Jr, his dad, Brian and Brian's wife, Shannon, who compete in the Tuesday "Santa Fe Mazda/Volvo 2 plus 2 league. Frances has been the league secretary for about 20 seasons, while Brian is a regional staffer for the Global 900 ball company.
Members of the fall 2015 Cibola High School Bowling Club
For over 15 years, teacher Bill Putz, has supervised and encouraged the teams with separate seasons running August through December and January through May.