From what I can tell, 13900K SP scores can be anywhere from 95 - 130, but they mostly seem to fall in the 100-110 range. So I'd say your SP score is fairly typical.
People do say that the SP score can change with different BIOS versions, so best not to take it too literally. The number doesn't really have a real world meaning by itself, but it's supposed to indicate how 'overclockable' a particular CPU is. So, it's more useful for comparing CPUs quickly so you can select higher scoring ones if overclocking is your thing. Not many of us have the luxury of being able to test and select from several CPUs of course. My 12900K scores 82 which is slight below average for that type of CPU, but I'm not interested in overclocking and it does what I need, so I'm happy.
I think your cooler score is OK as well. I get a bit higher - 185, but I use a 360mm AIO so I would expect it to score higher than an air cooler. It has no trouble keeping my CPU cool and I'd say it is better than I need. At the end of the day, as long as your cooler does its job and keeps the CPU at sensible temperatures under load, then again the score doesn't mean a lot by itself. Just like SP, higher scores are 'better'.