Palau fell short to Guam during MBC Championship on sunday Nov. 19

Palau fell short to Guam as they took home the glory in the 2017 Micronesian Classic Goodwill Baseball Tournament Championship at Paseo Stadium in Hagåtña on Sunday. 

After five innings both teams were scoreless until Palau scored in the bottom of the sixth. 

But Guam answered right back in the next inning as Shon Muna Jr. scored off a wild pitch to tie it up 1-1. Guam scored again off a wild pitch before a Carl Quintanilla RBI single scored BJ Baladjia to put Guam in the lead at 3-1.

Neither team was able to score in the eighth inning, but Guam racked up another eight runs to win the game. Congratulations to both teams especially our true champions who were able to make it this far.

Team Palau Roster

  1. 1.       Radley Kazuma – Head of Delegation
  2. 2.       Tiko Smus – Team Manager
  3. 3.       Clint Mersai – Head Coach
  4. 4.       Dietz Rengechel – Assitant Coach
  5. 5.       Kalei Luii – Team Captain/ Player
  6. 6.       Tats Sadang – Player
  7. 7.       Merei Ise – Player
  8. 8.       Wataru Ise – Player
  9. 9.       Mahd Ngiramowai – Player
  10. 10.   Golt Oyama – Player
  11. 11.   Idesiar Moses – Player
  12. 12.   Vince Stark – Player
  13. 13.   John Re Sakurai  - Player
  14. 14.   Ray Rumong – Player
  15. 15.   Mitch Mamis – Player
  16. 16.   Avery Amos – Player
  17. 17.   David Salapwa – Player
  18. 18.   Mesikt Elbuchel – Player
  19. 19.   Reese Remarui -  Player
  20. 20.   Teiich Mirsur – Player
  21. 21.   Skang Andres – Scorer/Batboy

Palau Baseball Team extends our most sincere appreciation to our families and friends in Palau for your support and also our families and friends in Guam for your support and being with us since day one.

 




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