DIRECTOR’S CUP

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ABOUT SUBWAY DIRECTOR’S CUP

The Subway Directors Cup is awarded annually to the top New Mexico Activities Association member schools in each classification based upon success in activities, athletics, and sportsmanship. Points are awarded in each category based on the following criteria:

Athletics

Points are awarded for participation/success in a total of 21 sports programs. These are Boys Cross Country, Girls Cross Country, Football, Boys Soccer, Girls Soccer, Volleyball, Boys Basketball, Girls Basketball, Cheer, Dance, Boys Swimming & Diving, Girls Swimming & Diving, Wrestling, Baseball, Boys Golf, Girls Golf, Softball, Boys Tennis, Girls Tennis, Boys Track & Field, and Girls Track & Field.

  • 20 points for participation in each program
  • 60 points for each District Championship
  • 80 points for each appearance in the state semifinals OR 3rd/4th place finish
  • 100 points for each State Runner-Up finish
  • 120 points for each State Championship

NOTE: Points given for regular season district title and district tournament title (Basketball and Volleyball ONLY), BUT a school can only accumulate a maximum of 60 points per program in this category.

Activities

*Points are awarded for participation in 11 activity programs and for participation/success in 12 activity programs. Points for participation only include the activities of Speech & Debate, BPA, DECA, Educators Rising, FCCLA, HOSA, Skills USA, TSA, FFA, Science Fair, Science Olympiad, and Student Council. Points for participation/success include the activities of Athletic Training Challenge, Bowling, Chess, Choir, Concert Band, English Expo, JROTC, Mock Trial, One Act Play, Orchestra, Rodeo, and Scholastic Publications.

  • 20 points for participation in each program
  • 80 points for each appearance in the state semifinals OR 3rd/4th place finish
  • 100 points for each State Runner-Up finish
  • 120 points for each State Championship

NOTE: Activities with participation points only are awarded in the spring and are based on data submitted to the NMAA through the annual NFHS Participation Survey.

Compete with Class / Sportsmanship

Schools with coach ejections in two or more sports seasons (Fall/Winter, Fall/Spring, Winter/Spring) are INELIGIBLE for Director’s Cup recognition. Each player and coach ejection will result in a deduction of 100 points from a school’s total. If a player is ejected twice during the same school year, this will be looked at similarly to a “coach ejection” and will count towards one sports season (applied to the season where the second ejection occurred). In the sport of Soccer, only the following red card fouls will count as a 100 point deduction and also applied towards a student-athletes ejection total: Violent Conduct; Taunting; Serious Foul Play; Spitting at an opponent, teammate, or game official; Using insulting, offensive or abusive language or gesture; Violent/Malicious Conduct.

The Process

There is not an application process for Director’s Cup awards. The NMAA will tabulate points after the conclusion of each sports season and will post this information on this page. Schools are encouraged to double check point totals and inform the NMAA staff of potential errors. Schools will still be recognized during the following year’s Fall Leadership Conference Luncheon held in October. Although deductions for ejections will be applied throughout the school year, ineligible schools will not be identified until after the spring season.

IMPORTANT DATES

2017 State Championships
April 20-21, 2017

NMAA CONTACT

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

2016-2017 Subway Director’s Cup Standings

NOTE: Schools that have a (*) received deductions for a player and/or coach ejections.

6A

PARTICIPANT POINTS
Cleveland 2,520
Eldorado* 1,660
Las Cruces* 1,440
Rio Rancho* 1,360
Piedra Vista* 1,180
Hobbs* 1,060
Albuquerque High* 1,060
Carlsbad* 1,020
Centennial* 960
Clovis* 800
Volcano Vista* 780
Atrisco Heritage Academy* 740
Onate* 720
Sandia* 640
Cibola* 580
Gadsden* 560
Santa Fe* 520
West Mesa* 520
Mayfield* 420
Manzano* 120

5A

PARTICIPANT POINTS
Albuquerque Academy* 2,480
Los Alamos* 2,380
Artesia* 1,820
Farmington 1,800
St. Pius X* 1,700
Alamogordo* 1,520
Los Lunas* 1,220
Deming 1,100
Roswell* 1,060
Santa Teresa 840
Kirtland Central* 800
Belen* 560
Goddard* 540
Valencia* 540
Grants* 500
Lovington* 500
Chaparral* 440
Del Norte* 420
Espanola Valley* 260
Bloomfield* 180
Gallup* -60
Capital -140

4A

PARTICIPANT POINTS
Hope Christian* 2,200
St. Michael’s* 2,000
Silver* 1,680
Robertson* 1,480
Shiprock* 1,300
Sandia Prep* 1,120
Taos* 1,100
Bosque* 1,000
East Mountain 820
West Las Vegas 720
Ruidoso* 620
Moriarty* 580
Bernalillo* 560
Navajo Prep* 540
Cobre* 480
Hot Springs 360
Wingate 300
Socorro* 300
Santa Fe Indian* 200
Thoreau* 200
Hatch Valley* 180
NMMI* 160

Not Eligible: 6A – La Cueva (2180), Rio Grande (280), Highland (140), Valley (-80)
Not Eligible: 5A – Aztec (680), Miyamura (140)
Not Eligible: 4A – Portales (1080), Pojoaque Valley (-240)

3A

PARTICIPANT POINTS
Pecos 1160
Texico 1160
Santa Fe Prep 1020
Dexter 860
Capitan 840
Raton 840
Laguna Acoma 720
Cottonwood Classical 660
Rehoboth Christian 660
Tucumcari 620
Zuni 580
Eunice* 560
Dulce 460
Desert Academy 440
Santa Rosa* 440
Loving 400
Tohatchi* 360
Tularosa 320
Newcomb* 280
ATC 280
Crownpoint 240
Tierra Encantada 200
Monte del Sol 160
Clayton* 160
NACA 140
Cuba* 80
McCurdy* 80

2A

PARTICIPANT POINTS
Lordsburg 1,140
Mesilla Valley Christian* 920
Hagerman 860
Fort Sumner 820
Mora 760
Magdalena* 620
Tatum 540
Escalante 520
Logan* 520
Ramah 500
Cloudcroft* 500
Jal 440
Jemez Valley 420
Navajo Pine* 380
Alamo Navajo 360
Dora* 360
Penasco 340
Questa 300
Northwest 300
Gateway Christian* 300
Mesa Vista* 260
To’Hajiilee 240
Mountainair 220
Cliff 200
Pine Hill 160
Tse’Yi’Gai 160
Mescalero Apache* 80
Foothill 60
Menaul* -180

1A

PARTICIPANT POINTS
Melrose  1,240
Elida*  620
Animas  580
Maxwell  500
Cimarron  480
Hondo Valley  460
San Jon  420
Quemado  340
Evangel Christian  320
Floyd  320
Coronado  320
Reserve  320
Morquero  300
Roy  300
Grady  240
Corona  220
Victory Christian  220
Walatowa Charter  200
Springer*  200
Carrizozo*  180
Oak Grove  180
Clovis Christian  140
Lake Arthur*  120
House  100
NMSD  100
Des Moines*  100
Wagon Mound  80
NMSBVI  40
Vaughn*  -80
Santa Fe Waldorf*  -100

Not Eligible: 3A – Estancia (460)

Past Director’s Cup Winners

2015-2016

CLASS PARTICIPANT
1A Elida
2A Melrose
3A Pecos
4A Hope Christian
5A Los Alamos
6A Cleveland

2014-2015

CLASS PARTICIPANT
1A Cimarron
2A Melrose
3A Clayton
4A Hope Christian
5A Albuquerque Academy
6A Cleveland

2013-2014

CLASS PARTICIPANT
1B Carrizozo
1A Cimarron
2A Cobre
3A St. Michael’s
4A Albuquerque Academy
5A La Cueva

2012-2013

CLASS PARTICIPANT
1B Hondo Valley
1A Cliff
2A Cobre
3A Hope Christian
4A Piedra Vista
5A La Cueva

2011-2012

CLASS PARTICIPANT
1B Elida
1A Fort Sumner
2A Texico
3A St. Michael’s
4A Albuquerque Academy
5A Eldorado

2010-2011

CLASS PARTICIPANT
1B Elida
1A Fort Sumner
2A Texico
3A St. Michael’s
4A Albuquerque Academy
5A La Cueva

2009-2010

CLASS PARTICIPANT
1A Tatum
2A Texico
3A St. Michael’s
4A Albuquerque Academy
5A La Cueva

2008-2009

CLASS PARTICIPANT
1A Fort Sumner
2A Texico
3A St. Michael’s
4A Albuquerque Academy
5A La Cueva

2007-2008

CLASS PARTICIPANT
1A Animas
2A Penasco
3A St. Michael’s
4A Albuquerque Academy
5A La Cueva

2006-2007

CLASS PARTICIPANT
1A Fort Sumner
2A Penasco
3A St. Michael’s
4A Los Alamos
5A Rio Rancho

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