If there are no teams showing up under Season High Scores:
1)Verify the league is configured for the correct number of bowlers who will bowl on each team, each week. Go to Setup > Rules, and verify the league is configured for the correct number of bowlers that will bowl each week.
2)Does the League award Team High Score Recognition? Go to Setup > Rules, then select the Special Recognition option. Under Recognized Items By League, verify that option to award scratch and/or handicap awards for teams has been selected.
If only one or two teams are missing under Season High Scores:
1)For the team that is missing, go to the week the team high score was bowled. Then, go to Weekly > Enter/Correct Current Scores and locate the team in question. Are there enough scores entered? (Game number column headings will be in Green) Are there too many scores entered? (Game number column headings will be in Red)
2)Are the team scores eligible for awards? Frequently, the League Rules are configured to where a team score may not be eligible due to absentees, subs, vacancies and/or award priorities. Go to Setup, > Rules then select the Special Recognition option, scroll down the page to the Team Special Recognition section and verify the team eligibility rules are correctly configured:
Handicap Game and Series Awards
Configure which week to start tracking handicap awards and if teams with zero handicap are eligible.
Absentee or Vacancy bowler on team
Indicate if teams with absentee or vacancy bowler is eligible for these awards.
Substitute bowler on team
Indicate if teams using a substitute bowler is eligible for these awards
Game and Series Award priorities for Individual and Team
Occasionally there are situations where 2 or 3 places are shown on the standings for season team awards and teams are left off.
Typically, what happens is that your league has been set to only award 1 award as the award priority. When this happens with a large league, it is not a problem. But if you have fewer teams then award places, then you will be "missing" teams.