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Animal Scoring Overview . The scoring of the animals follows real life scoring guidelines such as that of Boone & Crockett. You can find the detailed scoring information on the score sheet of every animal. The table below is a simplified description. Click on the animal's score in your hunt statistics or personal best lists to see the scoring ... An official Boone & Crockett Scorer must score rams taken by a firearm and the entry must be on an official B&C score sheet. An official Pope & Young Scorer must score rams taken by archery and the entry must be on an official P&Y score sheet.