Zator Leads MCLA Women's Basketball in Road Win

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BOSTON -- Kristie Zator scored 16 points Saturday to lead the MCLA women's basketball team to a 41-40 win over Wentworth.
Zator's lay-up with 3 minutes, 40 seconds to play gave the Trailblazers a 41-36 lead, and MCLA's defense held off Wentworth's comeback bid down the stretch.
Zator led the defense with five steals.
Hailey Peabody scored 14 points and grabbed eight rebounds.
MCLA (2-8) hosts St. Joseph of Connecticut on Monday.
Men's Basketball
PLATTSBURGH, N.Y. -- SUNY Plattsburgh held off a comeback bid by MCLA to secure a 68-66 win.
The Cardinals took a 68-59 lead with 3:07 remaining.
The Trailblazers battled back and got within two points on a pair of Dylan Morris-Gray free throws with 1:24 left but could not score again.
An MCLA 3-pointer at the buzzer was off the mark.
Morris-Gray finished with 11 points. Taconic graduate Quentin Gittens led MCLA with 16.
The Trailblazers (5-5) finish the 2023 portion of their schedule on Monday at Anna Maria.
Women's Hockey
SALEM, Mass. -- Becky Ade scored a short-handed goal midway through the third period to give MCLA a 1-0 win over Lebanon Valley in the consolation game of the Viking Cup tournament.
Juliette Barney made 45 saves to earn the shutout win in goal.
MCLA (3-10) is off until Jan. 12 when it visits Hilbert.
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Update: North Adams Liquor Store to Refund Gift Cards after Closure
NORTH ADAMS, Mass. -- Steeple City Liquors announced via social media on Tuesday how customers holding gift cards can obtain refunds.
Last week, the store, also known as V&V, closed when the downtown plaza it occupies was sold.
Many holders of gift cards took to Facebook to ask how they could be compensated for the now unusable cards.
According to the store's Tuesday Facebook post, gift card holders will need to send an email a photo of the card and the name and address where they want the refund sent to Steeple City's corporate office at
"We truly appreciate the patience and understanding of everyone involved," the store's post read. "We have been working hard on the end that we hold. Please reach out if you have any questions! Again, thank you so much for everything since the closing of the store. The kind words from customers has been truly amazing!"
The post indicated it could take up to 30 days to receive a refund.
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