An official who records the score throughout a game or competition.(noun)
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Use "scorekeeper" in a sentence
"Rasmussen said he is simply a "scorekeeper," but his spike in clout has sharpened skepticism about how he tracks the dip in Democratic fortunes."
"I mean, I really felt that my "scorekeeper" had kept a track of all my "broken promises" and how it has been feeding my perception of self in a negative light."
"As they left, some Indiana fans ran towards the scorer’s table and called the scorekeeper and clock operator cheaters."