keep score

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When you were little, your parents or teachers may have helped you keep score with a sticker chart, giving you a sticker every time you finished your homework, for example.
Keep score point-by-point, view current set score, post-match score summary by set, serve indicator, tie-break scoring option, and elapsed time (with pause function).
Similarly, many other players from all levels of play contributed to helping keep score and were instrumental in keeping the tournament running smoothly.
Lebowitz said "old school people" who are involved in sports want to keep score because they think that if it isn't maintained, kids don't understand how to be competitive.
The Shoot-N-C Crow target features a 3-inch bullseye centered on the target for people who want to keep score.
Maggie is fascinated by the graphic representation of the game and soon learns how to keep score herself.
No better book has been published for non-accountants than Robert Follett's older How To Keep Score In Business: Accounting And Financial Analysis For The Non-Accountant: here's a simple guide which tells all the basics: how to understand a balance sheet, how to understand an income statement, how to decipher the 'return on investment' figures.
Finally, it is a proven fact that people play harder when you keep score.
Inquiries are another marketing area where it pays to keep score.