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34th Ted Jasieniecki Alumni Basketball Game Raises Nearly $6,000 Toward Scholarships

A tradition 34 years in the making continues to excel, as the Ted Jasieniecki BHS Alumni Basketball Game was held on Jan. 13, at the George A. Cella gymnasium, with outstanding results.

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2023 BHS Hall of Fame Honorees Announced

The Bloomfield High School Athletic Hall of Fame Association and the Bloomfield Educational Foundation are proud to introduce the Class of 2023 Inductees.

  • Coach Michael Carter, Sr. – Class of 1979 – Head Bengal Football Coach for 32 seasons, surpassed by only the legendary Bill Foley. As a Baseball coach his teams won the GNT and two Sectional Championships. Hundreds of his athletes have competed on the collegiate level.
  • Anna Maria Martino – Class of 1983 – A three sport letter-winner she led the Softball program to a runner-up finish in the Essex County Tournament as a Senior. She paced the Bengals in 6 offensive categories earning All-State acclaim.
  • Michael Nazzeretto – Class of 1995 – A multi-sport Athlete, Mike was selected All-State in Baseball after smacking 57 hits with a robust .563 batting average while slugging .734 in 1995.
  • Sarah Prezioso – Class of 2010 – Holder of numerous Bloomfield Softball career records, she amassed 146 hits, 31 HRs, 127 runs batted in, a .488 average and a perfect 56/56 in stolen bases. Named First Team All-State as a senior while batting .563 with 12 home runs.
  • Stephen Vahalla, Jr. – Class of 2009 – The first male Volleyball player accorded this honor. Bloomfield won three Essex County crowns during his career. The All-time school leader with over 1000 kills – named All-State as a senior.
  • Charles Ace Woods – Class of 1977 – Captained the Bengal Football team before earning All-conference honors for three years at Cheyney University.  Inducted in the Wolves Hall of Fame in 2011. He was also a member of Bloomfield’s Sectional Championship Basketball squad his Senior year.

Reception and Dinner Thursday April 27, 2023

6:00 pm Wilshire Grand Hotel, West Orange, NJ

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