2003 South Pacific Games
Guam defended their title successfully. In the Gold Medal game, they topped American Samoa 11-3 behind 3 RBI from Roman Duenas; Paul Pangelinan got the win. Among their star hitters were Henry Santos III (.500, 11 R), Duenas (9 R, 12 RBI), Rico Castro (.421, 8 R), John Salas (.438) and Jim Reyes (8 R, 9 RBI). Kin Fernandez (1 ER in 8 IP), Pangelinan (0 ER in 6) and Roke Alcantara Jr. (0 ER in 5 IP) led the staff.
Federated States of Micronesia won Bronze, losing 1-0 in the semifinals to American Samoa then topping Palau 4-3 in the Bronze Medal Game. Leon Panuelo Jr. hit .429 and Daniel Panuelo .500. Stanley Scaliem was excellent on the mound (1 ER, 20 K in 17 IP).
Palau beat American Samoa in the round-robin and nearly won Bronze. Ty Saiske was a two-way threat (.412; 0 ER in 6 IP), Reagan Sidoi drove in nine, Tkoel Iyechad allowed two earned runs in 16 innings and Francen Secharraimul had a 0.00 ERA in 5 innings.
Source: Wayback Archive, Sporting Pulse