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Westhampton Beach graduate Dylan Laube is in his junior season at the University of New Hampshire, trying to adjust to a new normal in the time of Covid-19. He and his UNH teammates are hoping they can play an abbreviated football season in the spring, and were allowed to practice this fall.       GIL TALBOT

Westhampton Beach graduate Dylan Laube is in his junior season at the University of New Hampshire, trying to adjust to a new normal in the time of Covid-19. He and his UNH teammates are hoping they can play an abbreviated football season in the spring, and were allowed to practice this fall. GIL TALBOT

Westhampton Beach graduate Dylan Laube is in his junior season at the University of New Hampshire, trying to adjust to a new normal in the time of Covid-19. He and his UNH teammates are hoping they can play an abbreviated football season in the spring, and were allowed to practice this fall.

Westhampton Beach graduate Dylan Laube is in his junior season at the University of New Hampshire, trying to adjust to a new normal in the time of Covid-19. He and his UNH teammates are hoping they can play an abbreviated football season in the spring, and were allowed to practice this fall.

Westhampton Beach graduate Dylan Laube is in his junior season at the University of New Hampshire, trying to adjust to a new normal in the time of Covid-19. He and his UNH teammates are hoping they can play an abbreviated football season in the spring, and were allowed to practice this fall.

Westhampton Beach graduate Dylan Laube is in his junior season at the University of New Hampshire, trying to adjust to a new normal in the time of Covid-19. He and his UNH teammates are hoping they can play an abbreviated football season in the spring, and were allowed to practice this fall.

Westhampton Beach graduate Dylan Laube is in his junior season at the University of New Hampshire, trying to adjust to a new normal in the time of Covid-19. He and his UNH teammates are hoping they can play an abbreviated football season in the spring, and were allowed to practice this fall.       SCOTT GREENWALD

Westhampton Beach graduate Dylan Laube is in his junior season at the University of New Hampshire, trying to adjust to a new normal in the time of Covid-19. He and his UNH teammates are hoping they can play an abbreviated football season in the spring, and were allowed to practice this fall. SCOTT GREENWALD

McKinley Skala, on piggy back, far right, with her SUNY Geneseo women’s soccer teammates last year. This year, as a sophomore, she’s been dealing with a cancelled fall season and hoping the team can play in the spring.

McKinley Skala, on piggy back, far right, with her SUNY Geneseo women’s soccer teammates last year. This year, as a sophomore, she’s been dealing with a cancelled fall season and hoping the team can play in the spring.

McKinley Skala, far right, bottom row, with her SUNY Geneseo women’s soccer teammates last year. This year, as a sophomore, she’s been dealing with a cancelled fall season and hoping the team can play in the spring.

McKinley Skala, far right, bottom row, with her SUNY Geneseo women’s soccer teammates last year. This year, as a sophomore, she’s been dealing with a cancelled fall season and hoping the team can play in the spring.

authorCailin Riley on Nov 3, 2020
Heading into his junior year as a running back for the University of New Hampshire football team, Dylan Laube was intent on taking a bigger leadership role on the team.... more

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