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Posted April 4, 2013

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Eldorado Trainer Recognized by NMAA

Missy Archibeck was awarded the Distinguished Service Award earlier this year by the New Mexico Activities Association.

Long-time Eldorado High School trainer Missy Archibeck was recognized by the APS Board of Education Wednesday for receiving the Distinguished Service Award from the New Mexico Activities Association for her outstanding work and dedication to student athletes and athletic programs.

Archibeck, who was a standout softball player at Eldorado, has been the head athletic trainer for the Eagles for 18 years. She also is a PE coach.

Archibeck attended New Mexico State University where she earned a bachelor's degree in athletic training in 1992. She moved to Reno, Nev., where she was a high school athletic trainer and earned an master's degree in PE/athletic training from the University of Nevada.

She became the head athletic trainer at Eldorado High School in 1995, subsequently completing a secondary education program at the College of Santa Fe.

Archibeck has been on the board of directors for the New Mexico Athletic Trainers Association and is a member of the Rocky Mountain Athletic Trainers Association Scholarship committee. She has participated in meetings of the NMAA Sports Medicine Advisory Committee and has been an NMAA Wrestling Weight Management Program assessor since the inception of the program in 2005-06.

In addition to serving her student-athletes at Eldorado, Missy has provided athletic training services for a variety of APS and NMAA events. Since 2007 she has been the NMATA athletic training liaison and medical coverage scheduler for NMAA.

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