CHESS

CHESS HISTORY AND BYLAWS

Chess can be viewed as a form of exercise for the brain. Chess also builds strong character and participants can begin playing at any age. Chess is an excellent example of an activity that requires a high level of sportsmanship. The New Mexico Activities Association State Chess Championship takes place in early April and all member schools are eligible to participate.

IMPORTANT DATES

2017 State Championships
April 20-21, 2017

NMAA CONTACT

Steve Perea (Primary Contact)
505.315.8709 (office)
nmaachess@gmail.com

Dusty Young (NMAA)
505.923.3268 (office)
505.923.3114 (fax)
dusty@nmact.org

2017 STATE CHAMPIONSHIP RESULTS

5A/6A

RESULT PARTICIPANT

1

Los Alamos

2

ABQ. Academy

3

Rio Rancho

4A

RESULT PARTICIPANT

1

Santa Fe Indian School

2

St. Michael’s

3

Shiprock

A/3A

RESULT PARTICIPANT

1

AIMS

2

ATC

3

Newcomb

2016 STATE CHAMPIONSHIP RESULTS

5A/6A

RESULT PARTICIPANT

1

Los Alamos

2

ABQ. Academy

3

Rio Rancho

4A

RESULT PARTICIPANT

1

St. Michael’s

2

Kirtland Central

3

Santa Fe Indian School

A/3A

RESULT PARTICIPANT

1

AIMS

2

ATC

3

Wagon Wound

2015 STATE CHAMPIONSHIP RESULTS

5A/6A

RESULT PARTICIPANT

1

ABQ. Academy

2

Los Alamos

3

Las Cruces

4A

RESULT PARTICIPANT

1

St. Michael’s

1

Santa Fe Indian School

3

Shiprock

A/3A

RESULT PARTICIPANT

1

AIMS

1</

ATC

3

Wagon Mound

2014 STATE CHAMPIONSHIP RESULTS

5A/6A

RESULT PARTICIPANT

1

ABQ. Academy

2

Rio Rancho

3

Las Cruces

4A

RESULT PARTICIPANT

1

St. Michael’s

2

Santa Fe Indian School

3

Shiprock

A/3A

RESULT PARTICIPANT

1

AIMS

2

ATC

3

Bosque

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