"That was a great atmosphere," said Halburian. "There were about 250 people there, and a bunch of kids came down from the high school."
Colonie and Shaker were scheduled to return to action Tuesday. Colonie was supposed to travel to winless Mohonasen weather permitting, while Shaker's game at Ballston Spa was postponed to Wednesday.
In other baseball action last weekend, Christian Brothers Academy bounced back from its first loss of the season by beating Averill Park 11-3 Saturday in a non-league contest.
The Brothers (4-1, 7-1) used a 9-run third inning to take control of the game. Cody Crounse and Casey McPartlon each belted two-run triples during the rally.
Max Weaver allowed three runs on three hits in a complete-game pitching performance for CBA.
The Brothers entered the game off a 5-2 loss to Big 10 rival LaSalle last Thursday.
The Cadets (5-0, 7-0) scored the go-ahead run in the bottom of the fourth inning and tacked on two more in the fifth to give themselves their final margin of victory.
Will Remillard and Nick Bernardo homered, and Dave Roseboom struck out 10 CBA batters for LaSalle.
Matt Sand and Elijah Dukes singled twice for the Brothers.
CBA hosts Amsterdam Wednesday in a Big 10 game.""