I say let the kid have it. I agree with Angel that because of some of these "pre-bowled" honor scores that a rule has been instituted to not recognize an honor score from pre-bowling, but that's what usually happens; someone abuses the system so the system goes on lockdown.
Someone else mentioned it as well - the kid will have a burden on him for the rest of his life. Jeremy Sonnenfeld still has his own burden to bear and I haven't heard a lot about him since 2000.
And to the person (cool rockin daddy) who mentioned about his 26 strikes in a row; nobody said it wasn't possible. I knew a woman from my old hometown who shot her first 800 with two 300's. She shot 212-300-300. Sometimes everything comes together, but the problem with this kid's accomplishment was a) hardly anyone around to see them in the center his father owns/runs and b) the close proximity of the accomplishments.
I, too, question the validity of the scores. I'm not saying it's impossible, because it's been proven not to be impossible. I'm just saying the probability of it is very low, especially since he was on his own shot without other bowler traffic. That's just my humble opinion, though.
"There are no magical balls, just magical bowlers"