The NMAA, a member-led organization, provides leadership in interscholastic athletics & activities, promoting equitable participation and character development.
The 2015 CenturyLink State Spirit Championships concluded Saturday, March 28, 2015 at WisePies Arena aka The Pit. For complete results of this event, click here for the Spirit State Championship page.
The game of golf is an individual sport. It is just you and your golf ball for 18 holes. There are no subs and no one to give you a break after hitting a bad shot. As a golfer, it can seem like you are on an island all alone. However, Sean Carlon, a senior at Hope Christian, is seeing the game more from a team perspective, sacrificing his dreams for the betterment of his team as the Huskies go for a fourth straight team title in 2015. Read more...
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In order to add a new sport or activity to the New Mexico Activities Association, at least ten percent (10%) of NMAA member high schools must agree to participate in that sport / activity. Prior to the start of a new block, NMAA staff will review all programs and conduct a feasibility study for the continuance of each sport / activity it offers. NMAA bylaw 4.2.1