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Tara Madigan

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Northern Highlands Regional High School

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Northern Highlands Regional High School

298 Hillside Ave

Allendale, New Jersey,07401

United States

Company Description

The Music and Performing Arts Association (MPAA), is a non-profit 501(c)3 parent-run organization dedicated to aid and support the instrumental, vocal, and drama staff with the goal of creating a superior quality of the arts education for all aspects of the mu...more

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Girls Soccer


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www.northjersey.com

Northern Highlands girls soccer coach Tara Madigan was expecting her team to make a sizable jump in the national polls.
"It is an absolute honor, but the only one that really matters is the one at the end of the season," said Madigan, whose team jumped from No. 13 to the top spot in the NSCAA poll. "We've still got a long way to go." Madigan says midseason national rankings aren't something the Highlanders focus on, but "when the times are appropriate," they are addressed with the team. This is not unfamiliar territory for Northern Highlands. Last year, the Highlanders were regarded as the No. 1 team in the country before their chase for a national title ended with a 2-1 loss to eventual national champion Immaculate Heart in the Bergen County final. "It's still so early. Anything can happen," Madigan said. "A lot of people are still talking about the weekend, which is great," said Madigan, whose team hosted the Coast-to-Coast Challenge involving all three national programs.


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July 8-12 run by Northern Highlands Varsity Coach Tara Madigan, her staff and Varsity players.
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"From the moment Sarah entered our program, she has been making an impact," Highlands coach Tara Madigan said.
It is no wonder that Madigan appreciates Kelly's on-field demeanor. Madigan was described similarly when she played at River Dell, where she has been installed in the Oradell school's athletic hall of fame. "Everybody's terrified of [head coach Tara] Madigan at first, but once we mature in the program, we gain an appreciation for what she means to us. Madigan, once a soccer star for River Dell, where she has been honored in its hall of fame, has put together a juggernaut in Allendale. "Behind the scenes, our team dealt with a lot of obstacles and challenges this season," Madigan said Sunday, prior to the team banquet. As Madigan ruminated over the just-completed season, she said, "As I sat down to write my speech for our banquet, I came across a quote that I felt summarized this year's team: 'Life is full of setbacks and rejection. "Claire was a player we relied on if and when changes needed to be made," Madigan explained. But once they report to Madigan and once they overcome their initial fears, the young girls play like veterans as the coach shapes them into a unit. "She's so athletic and has that determination to be that player who's going to put the ball in the back of the net," Northern Highlands coach Tara Madigan said of Shea. That's how highly I think of her as a player and person," Madigan said.


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"We showed a lot of hustle today and we talked about how important it was going to be win every ball, 50/50s, the first ball, the second ball...every touch was going to be so important and we went after every one of them for 80 minutes," said Northern Highlands head coach Tara Madigan.


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"I actually thought that goal was a turning point for us," said Northern Highlands' head coach Tara Madigan."Danielle was phenomenal and she put us on her back when we needed it," added Madigan.


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