Anderson said the Kentucky trip was as much about building team chemistry as giving his team a chance to play outside of New York.
"We played some nice competition down there at some good facilities, and it brought the kids closer together," he said.
Schalmont looked to pick up another Colonial Council win Wednesday at Watervliet. The Sabres travel to Cobleskill-Richmondville Thursday before hosting Albany Academy Friday.
In other baseball action Monday, South Glens Falls handed Scotia-Glenville its second Foothills Council loss of the season with a 9-0 victory in Scotia.
South Glens Falls had only five hits, but Scotia-Glenville pitchers issued 11 walks, and the Tartans' defense committed four errors to help the Bulldogs pull out the win.
Scotia-Glenville (3-2, 3-4) was coming off a 13-3 league win against Glens Falls last Friday. Nick Myers doubled and singled, and Elliott Gordon added a pair of hits for the Tartans.
After visiting Johnstown Wednesday, Scotia-Glenville returns home to play Hudson Falls Friday.""