Thomas Chandler (left) and Mah'Nyiah Iglesia will continue to pursue track in college, with Chandler heading to Western Carolina and Iglesia to King University in Bristol, Tennessee. They were among the eight Currituck athletes honored Tuesday at the school's first ever college signing reception.
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Thomas Chandler (left) and Mah'Nyiah Iglesia will continue to pursue track in college, with Chandler heading to Western Carolina and Iglesia to King University in Bristol, Tennessee. They were among the eight Currituck athletes honored Tuesday at the school's first ever college signing reception.

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Mah’Nyiah Iglesia
Currituck senior

By Jimmy LaRoue

The Daily Advance

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BARCO — Mah’Nyiah Iglesia knows she doesn’t look the part of a shot put and discus thrower, but that hasn’t kept her from having success in those events.

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