Yeh Chen-Guang of Chinese Taipei got off the block with a brilliant 226 in his opening game to lead Jomond Chia of Singapore by 10 pins with Chang Yuen-Hu and Hsu Chung-Wei sharing third spot, a further three pins away.
Chia added 205 in his second game to immediately take over the running followed by 2017 Asian School Singles silver medallist and the only female in the field and competing with 8 pins handicap per game, Chi Yun-Fan in second.
The 19-year-old Singaporean remained in the lead for another game before Chi fired two big games of 226 and 232 to become the new leader while Chia was content to stay in second, 13 pins adrift. Teo stayed with the leading duo in third.
Chi hung on to the lead for another two games but Teo added 222 and 201 to move up into second and just 11 pins behind the Taiwanese lass. Chi stumbled to a disasterous end with 117 to slip out of the podium while Teo ended with 188 to claim the title with 1624.