Chess
 
             

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.

NMAA Chess Constitution


2017 Results:
5A/6A: 1st - Los Alamos, 2nd - ABQ. Academy, 3rd - Rio Rancho
4A: 1st - Santa Fe Indian School; 2nd - St. Michael'sl; 3rd - Shiprock
A/3A: 1st - AIMS; 2nd - ATC, 3rd - Newcomb


2016 Results:
5A/6A: 1st - Los Alamos, 2nd - ABQ. Academy, 3rd - Rio Rancho
4A: 1st - St. Michael's; 2nd - Kirtland Central; 3rd - Santa Fe Indian School
A/3A: 1st - AIMS; 2nd - ATC, 3rd - Wagon Mound

2015 Results:
5A/6A: 1st - Academy, 2nd - Los Alamos, 3rd - Las Cruces
4A: Tie for 1st - St. Michael's & Santa Fe Indian School, 3rd - Shiprock
A/3A: Tie for 1st - AIMS & ATC, 3rd - Wagon Mound

2014 Results:
4A/5A: 1st - Academy, 2nd - Rio Rancho, 3rd - Las Cruces
3A: 1st - St. Michael's, 2nd - Santa Fe Indian School, 3rd - Shiprock
A/2A: 1st - AIMS, 2nd - ATC, 3rd - Bosque

2013 Results:
2013 Chess Championship Results

2010 Results:
2010 Chess Championship Results

2009 Results:
2009 Chess Championship Results

2008 Results:
2008 Chess Championship Results

2007 Results:
2007 Chess Championship Results

NMAA CONTACT

Steve Perea
(Primary Contact)
E-Mail: nmaachess@gmail.com
Phone:505.315.8709

Dusty Young (NMAA)
E-Mail: dusty@nmact.org
Phone: 505.923.3268
Fax: 505.923.3114

IMPORTANT DATES

2017 State Championships
April 20-21, 2017