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March 8-9 – Quarterfinals State Basketball
March 10 – NMAA Hall of Fame Banquet
March 10 – NMADA General Meeting
March 11 – NMAA Reunion Banquet
March 10-12 – Semifinals & Finals State Basketball
March 18-19 – State Spirit Competition
March 23-29 – NMAA Office Closed
IN THE NEWS:
STATE BASKETBALL INFORMATION
Brackets have been updated for the 2022 State Basketball Championships. For more information regarding the championships, tickets and to view the brackets visit the link below.
2022 State Basketball Championship Information
CURRENT NMAA REFERENDA
The NMAA Board of Directors is asking member schools to vote on a referenda item approved at the February 16th Board Meeting. The referenda item is available at the link below. Please take the time to carefully review this item and to complete, sign, and return the referenda by 4:00 pm, Tuesday, March 8, 2022.
BECOME AN OFFICIALS
The New Mexico Officials Association is looking for enthusiastic people that want to make an impact on the high school and middle school youth in our State by becoming a sports official. If you are interested in becoming an official, please contact Zac Stevenson at firstname.lastname@example.org or Dillon Metzgar at email@example.com or call 505-923-3277.
REMINDER TO CHECK THE ARBITER
Athletic Directors please make sure you double, and triple check the Arbiter and make sure that all your games are in there correctly. That includes the game times. We owe it to the kids to make sure we have done the administrative side correctly, so that when they put on their uniform officials are there so teams can play.
Athletic Directors, please make sure that your MaxPreps schedules are updated with scores. Having an accurate schedule on MaxPreps is vital to the seeding and selection process. For help with MaxPreps, please contact Tyler Dunkel at firstname.lastname@example.org.
COMPETE WITH CLASS SCHOLARSHIP
The New Mexico Activities Association, in conjunction with the NMAA Foundation, will be awarding a maximum of eight (8) $1,000 Compete with Class scholarships during the 2021-2022 school year. Awards will be given to students that best exemplify the three pillars of the Compete with Class sportsmanship initiative – Respect, Integrity, and Responsibility. Recipients will be selected by the NMAA Foundation Board of Directors based on recommendations from the NMAA and its member schools.