Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association

Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association

Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association

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The Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association (or MIAA) is a boys' sports conference for private high schools generally located in the Baltimore metropolitan area but extending to various other regions, including the state's mostly rural Eastern Shore. The MIAA has 27 member schools and offers competition in 17 sports. In most sports, it offers multiple levels of competition, including Varsity, Junior Varsity, and Freshmen-Sophomore teams, and the conference is broken down by separate leagues in each. In addition, members are sorted in accordance to continual performance; categories include A, B, or C conference. Teams of the league may move up or down according to their performance spanning over the course of a year or so to maintain the competition at appropriate levels. Such levels vary for each sport; a school with a "B-conference" lacrosse team can have an "A-Conference" soccer team: it all depends on the athletic performance of that particular sport.

The MIAA is notable for its lacrosse, in which the "A" Conference is considered one of the best, if not the best, high school leagues in the United States. Additionally, the MIAA "A" soccer conference is widely considered the best high school conference in Maryland, with teams such as Calvert Hall, Archbishop Curley, Mount Saint Joseph, Boys' Latin, St. Paul's and McDonogh that have all been nationally ranked. Cross-Country has also produced several...
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