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Tournament passes for the 2015 U.S. Bank State Basketball Championships are still on sale. Passes may be purchased at the NMAA Office (6600 Palomas NE, Albuquerque) or over the phone at 505-923-3110 or 888-820-6622. The cost per pass is $125, which includes a reserved seat at Wise Pies Arena (aka "The Pit") and a commemorative event program. Additionally, pass holders are entitled to entry into all State Basketball games at all tournament sites, including the first round of state beginning this weekend at schools around New Mexico.
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U.S. Bank State Basketball championship action kicks-off this weekend, March 6th and 7th, at high schools around the state. To see where your favorite team is playing, click on the appropriate bracket link below and then select the appropriate classification:
2015 Boys State Basketball Brackets (powered by MaxPreps)
2015 Girls State Basketball Brackets (powered by MaxPreps)
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Eighth grade participation at the high school level is permitted with the approval of the local school board but once the election is made to participate on a high school team, that is the Student’s open enrollment choice. A change of school attendance after this open enrollment choice will be governed by the transfer rules outlined in Section VI. NMAA bylaw 9.3