Student Written, Student Produced

The Barron Perspective

Breaking News
  • Spring Musical Sweeney Todd Wins Best Overall Production at the Carteret Marquee Awards
Student Written, Student Produced

The Barron Perspective

Student Written, Student Produced

The Barron Perspective

Woodbridge Sports Team Rubs Bald Man’s Head for Good Luck

The reason behind WHS’ incredible run in all sports has been revealed to be beloved teacher Mr. Stadtmiller.
Kevin Modeszto
Mr. Stadt having his hed rubbed by a WHS athlete.

Woodbridge High has gone on an incredible run in many sports and some are wondering where this luck came from. Only some people know what has truly been causing the great luck for these teams. The teams have finally revealed their secret today and it starts in Room D4. Today, we take a closer look at one of Woodbridge High School’s most beloved teachers, Mr Stadt. It is he that most people believe to be the cause of the team’s consistent winning.

In the past few days, we have investigated the room and watched as every athlete came in on game day and proceeded to crowd Mr. Stadt in a circle and gave his head a rub.

When we jumped in on the track team doing this, they were forced to give us an explanation. They admitted that, since starting this tradition, no team has lost.

“I don’t know exactly how it started,” said man of the hour Mr. Stadt, “but I’m proud to be the good luck charm to lead this school to many victories.”

Many believe that some magic in Mr. Stadt’s head gives all the players the powers they need to win. Some even wonder if Mr. Stadt ever used a genie lamp to enhance his powers for the greater good. 

The Reception

Many schools and sports organizations have been trying to get this new strategy banned, but can’t seem to find a way that what the teams are doing is not legal. 

These teams are now trying to pay him to bring his good luck to their school. Mr. Stadt has even been getting calls from pro sports teams to come and help. He would be getting paid millions of dollars but has decided to stay loyal to the school that unlocked his power. 

Mr Stadt will go down in Woodbridge and sports history.

Leave a Comment
More to Discover
About the Contributors
Jack Bromm
Jack Bromm, Editor
Jack Bromm in a sophomore in his second year of journalism. He is happy to become the editor of  the sports section for The Barron Perspective. He Plays hockey and golf for his high school. Bromm is looking to become a sports broadcaster and go to Penn State. Outside of school Bromm takes interest in video games, fishing, and hockey. Jack has been to multiple state championships with his travel team and plans to continue his winning with his new team and high school teams this upcoming year.
Kevin Modeszto
Kevin Modeszto, Managing Editor
Kevin Modeszto, a senior at Woodbridge High School, is a second-year journalism student and first-year managing editor for the Barron Perspective. He is in many school clubs and honors societies, including the Academic Competition Club, and is a secretary of Rho Kappa and Drama Club. Hailing from the town of Port Reading, Modeszto enjoys watching racing and writing, which is one of many reasons he is a member of the newspaper.

Comments (0)

All The Barron Perspective Picks Reader Picks Sort: Newest

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *