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RECORD NUMBERS SEE AZTECAS; CBA SETS NEW REGULAR-SEASON MARK
Published April 4, 1995
The CBA Mexico Aztecas recently set a new single game record for attendance attracting a crowd of 12,587 during a game against the Omaha Racers. The league has also established a new mark for regular season attendance this year with an average of 3,767 per game. The clubs which have attracted over 100,000: Rapid City (149,609), Sioux Falls (147,180), Mexico (144,761), Oklahoma City (133,540), Quad City (121,260), Tri-City (119,493), Fort Wayne (111,249), Chicago (105,434), and Yakima (103,990) (CBA).