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Introducing Talia Badalamente

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Meet Talia Badalamente. She’s a senior at West Boca High School and has lived in Boca Raton,Florida her whole life. She went to Eagles Landing Middle School, and originally went to Olympic Heights High School for her freshman year before switching to West Boca. She’s a part of multiple clubs such as Teens of Pink Ribbon and Save the Ocean. Talia plays club soccer and is also on the girl’s varsity soccer team at West Boca which she’s been a part of since she played on varsity at Olympic Heights her freshman year. Her position is goalie and she loves playing a sport with all her friends as her teammates. She’s been playing soccer for ten years and is looking to further her career. 

Talia is interested in attending FSU, UCF, or USF and is also interested in either medical school or criminology. She loves to travel and is going to Italy after graduation. She has two dogs named Rocky, who is a mini labradoodle and Mickey, who is a lapsa apsa. She also has a younger sister named Adriana who also attends West Boca. In her spare time she loves going to the beach with her friends, fishing, and surfing. Talia’s favorite kind of surfing is wake surfing and she went to Georgia over the summer with her family and friends to wake surf. This is Talia’s second year on The Bullseye and she’s so excited to continue her journalism career this year. 

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Isabella Fernandes
Isabella Fernandes, Reporter
Hi! My name is Isabella Fernandes and I’m a senior at West Boca. This is my first year on The Bullseye and I’m really looking forward to writing this year! I joined The Bullseye because I wanted to be more involved in the school and report on the latest news. I’m interested in writing about sports and entertainment. I play club volleyball and my position is an outside hitter. In the future I aspire to be in the medical field, and as of right now, I want to be an orthopedic surgeon. 
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