Top 50 All-Time Scores (all ten rounds)
Top 50 All-Time Scores (first five rounds only)
Bottom 10 All-Time Scores (all ten rounds)
Bottom 10 All-Time Scores (first five rounds only)
Individual Top 25 All-Time Scores
Most 180s in a night (the 180 being the perfect score of three triple-20s in a single round)
I have three columns for the Top 50 lists: score, date, player. We also keep track of how many games each person wins for the night. Our typical night consists of about 75% high score and 25% cricket to keep it mixed up a bit. Keeping track of the all-time lowest scores provides an incentive to keep trying when a game is not going well and winning is impossible. In that situation, you try to stay off that list.
All this may be more work than you want to put in, I don't know. It is rather time consuming in the first few sessions, as you get your lists established. After that, it's not that inconvenient. I keep Excel printouts and then write that nights accomplishments on the hard copy, then enter the new scores into the software and print out new sheets before we play again. We kept no records at all the first few months we played, then decided we needed creative ways of keeping it fresh and interesting. This has worked really well.
The beauty of high score is that it allows such record keeping, whereas cricket, 301, and the other games do not. There is a winner and a loser, but no basis for comparison to historical accomplishments.