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The New Mexico Activities Association is filling vacancies for the 2017-2018 school year on its Student Leadership Advisory Council. The NMAA’s SLAC gives high school students a hands-on experience with the Association and provides them a direct line of communication to the staff. Any NMAA member school administrator may nominate a current freshman, sophomore or junior male and female to be a member of the NMAA Student Leadership Advisory Council. Click here to nominate.
Jocelyn Fernandez does it all at St. Michael’s High School, from soccer to basketball to softball to track and field. But, this fall, the Horseman senior gained notoriety for playing football. In a male-dominated sport, Fernandez wasn’t just standing on the sidelines in full pads; she was a contributor, playing wide receiver and the team’s backup field goal kicker. She said it was a memorable season, one she will never forget. Read more...
Please note that all Winter Sports Information including rosters, schedules, head coaches, and assistant coaches are due online at MaxPreps by Thursday, December 15th. For questions regarding posting online please contact Tyler Dunkel at email@example.com.
The NMAA Board of Directors is asking member schools who participate in the sport of softball to vote on three referenda items that were approved at the November 30th Board meeting. The referenda items are available by clicking here.
Please take the time to carefully review these items and to complete, sign, and return your ballots by 4:00 pm, Thursday, December 15, 2016.
NMAA Foundation Scholarships are awarded to students from NMAA member schools who, through the application/nomination process, demonstrate sportsmanship and academic achievement in the classroom. The deadline to submit applications is Wednesday, February 1, 2017. For more information, please contact Dusty at 505-923-3268. Click here for information regarding NMAA Scholarships.