The NMAA, a member-led organization, provides leadership in interscholastic athletics & activities, promoting equitable participation and character development.
The blue trophy has now been awarded in all football classifications. Brackets and complete results are available at the link below.
The New Mexico Activities Association in conjunction with the Alzheimer’s Association has declared November 25th through December 13th Alzheimer’s Awareness "Week". As part of this initiative, the NMAA is asking that high school basketball teams across the state wear purple shoelaces during games held over the next three weeks. Purple is the selected color for Alzheimer’s awareness and support, according to the Alzheimer’s Association.
Have you been told by a coach that you must wait your turn? Do you understand the meaning and why a coach might tell you this?
Most athletes aren't ready physically or mentally to compete at the varsity level when they are 9th or 10th graders. Playing freshmen and junior varsity sports gives you a chance to develop your skills and learn how to play within your coach's system.
Waiting your turn doesn't mean that you will never be good enough. Time has a way of taking care of this problem if you show patience, work hard, and continue to improve. Be ready when you no longer have to wait your turn!
- Brought to you by the NFHS
The NMAA is pleased to announce that postseason games in all NMAA sanctioned sports will now be available on the NFHS Network, the all-digital network devoted to coverage of high school sports and performing arts through the Internet. Click here to catch all State Championship action on the NFHS Network.
NOTE: For technical support regarding NFHS Network broadcasts, please contact 1-877-978-2311 or refer to the online FAQ's.