Own a Piece of
High School Basketball History
Introductory Special on website subscription and pre-sale of the Marty Saiz's "Game for the Ages" book on the history of New Mexico high school boys basketball. The special will be available until May 30th. The book is expected to be printed by June 30th.
You will be able to view big time games from past regular seasons and state tournaments. We have also be including all the 300+ interviews done by Marty Saiz and his cameraman, Dana Childs during their travels of the state for Marty's book, "Game for the Ages".
Our team is made up of individuals that have spent many years gathering information on the high school basketball in New Mexico …
Read about the team led by Co-Historians, Chuck Ferris & Marty Saiz.
We will have pages on accomplishments by coaches and players, state tournaments, schools, closed schools - ghost town gyms.
- State tournaments
- Ghost Town - Schools
The site is dedicated to Ben Moffett and Alvin Meadors. Both were involved with high school basketball for many years.
We will have pages on accomplishments by coaches and players, state tournaments and schools.
- State Tournaments
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Join to raise money for scholarships for our top senior student/athletes in New Mexico.
Help us make a difference in the lives of New Mexico high school student/athletes and hopefully our future leaders.
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Join as a Corporate All-Star to help raise money for charities and maintenance of this website. The initial design and development of this website was funded by the Marty Saiz's State Farm Agency.
Become a Corporate Partner and helps bring the history of New Mexico high school basketball and raise money for charities like ALS-Lou Gehrig Disease.
We will share the accomplishments of basketball officials in high school basketball in New Mexico
- Years of Service
- State Tournaments
- Photo Gallery
We will periodically share interesting historical facts of high school basketball in New Mexico.
The Team will provide historical and interesting trivial facts about boys and girls high school basketball in New Mexico