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Meet Salisbury's Kenneth Bonilla

Name: Kenneth Bonilla
School: The Bury
Sports: Soccer, basketball, track, football, golf, swimming, tennis, wrestling
Family: Iris, Oscar, Andrea, Oscar Jr., Larry
Birth date: Feb. 28, 1994
Hidden talent: Amateur pilot
Personal motto: Let’s eat
Favorite restaurant: The Mazurs
Favorite animal: Sloth
Favorite TV: The same one that B.J. Woods likes
Favorite movie: Goal 3
Favorite team: Liverpool
Favorite athlete: Tripp “El Kun” Caldwell
Top musicians: Verve Boyz
Three words that best describe me: Handsome, tall, handsome again
Dream date: Salisbury tennis team and Nicole C.
Actor starring in the movie about my life: Rafael Da Silva
Biggest rival: Anyone in my way
My greatest accomplishment: Winning states
Prized possession: My feet
Career goal: World player of the year by 2012
If I’m a millionaire by age 20, I will:

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