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score (verb)

Meaning 1
to win or lose points in competition
Sentence 1
Wilt Chamberlain scored 3033 points for the Philadelphia Warriors basketball team in 1960. The Canadian Olympic Men's Hockey Team scored three goals to the U.S. two goals in 2002.
Meaning 2
to do well
Sentence 2
Did you score with that pretty girl you met last week?

Derivation

Originally, scores were kept by making marks or cutting notches on something. To score still has his meaning, as well as those associated with sports and games.