The NMAA, a member-led organization, provides leadership in interscholastic athletics & activities, promoting equitable participation and character development.
Online rules clinics are now available for Cross Country, Football, Soccer and Volleyball. All head coaches are required to attend an online clinic unless they attended their clinic in-person in July.
Be sure to submit your clinic verification to the NMAA upon completion.
A sport season is defined as the time when the sport is played from the first day of practice to the end of the state tournament, or when a team/individual does not qualify for or is eliminated from post-season competition (playoffs, district, and/or state tournaments). During District Tournament week, or once seeding and selection for state tournament play has taken place, no regular season games/matches/events can be scheduled/played. At the sub-varsity level, the season concludes at the end of regular season competition. NMAA bylaw 7.2
The 3rd Annual NMAA Foundation Fun/Run was held Saturday, August 1st at the Albuquerque Academy Cross Country course. There was a 5K Run/Walk and a Kids 1K Fun Run. All kids received a medal upon completion of the event!
The NMAA would like to thank all those who came out to support our efforts to raise funds for scholarships for NM high school students. Thank you also to our generous corporate partners.
We would especially like to salute students from the following NMAA member schools for participating: Pecos, Santa Fe Indian, Laguna Acoma, Espanola Valley, Albuquerque Academy, ATC and Sandia.
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