Coach Gordon Joseph - Taught Physical Education at Bloomfield from 1960 to 1992
Director of Athletics and Phyiscal Education Coached Boys Basketball Boys Soccer and Girls Soccer
In 1992 on Jan 31st The Bloomfield Community Held Gordon Joseph Day. Today the Bomber Basketball program continues
that day with there Annual Coaches Vs Cancer Game / Bomber Day
Overall Basketball Record of 434 -188
Five times he was Section V Coach of the Year (1974, '75, '76, '77 and 1990),
Section V titles in (1976, 1977 and 1978).
Democrat and Chronicle's All Greater Rochester Coach of the Year.
Coach Joseph was also a Finger Lakes All-Star in 1954 and 55 when he played Basketball for Rival Naples.
He set a single season game high league record, when he Scored 50 points 1955. Coach averaged 23.5 points a game.
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Induction into the Section V Basketball Hall of Fame.Even though his election into the Hall of Fame was in the coaching division,
he was also an accomplished player in Section V. Having been a member of the two-time Class C Champion Naples High School in 1954 and 1955.
He was a Finger Lakes League All Star both of those two years and scored a league single game record 50 points in 1955.
He averaged 23.5 points a game that year. Coach attened Cortland State for a degree in Physical Education.
After graduating from Cortland State, he embarked on a long career of teaching, coaching and Athletic Director Duties. At
Bloomfield Central School. Five times he was Section V Coach of the Year (1974, '75, '76, '77 and 1990).
Three time Section V Championships in (1976, 1977 and 1978).
He led his Bloomfield Bombers to the 1978 New York State Class B Finals, eventually dropping a hard-fought battle
in triple overtime to Schuylerville.In 1977 he was named the Democrat and Chronicle's All Greater Rochester Coach of the Year. His 30 year basketball coaching career ended with 421 wins and 179 losses; a .702 winning percentage.
In honor of his contribution to the community and the school, the community sponsored Gordon Joseph Day January 31, 1992.