Roldan got a bit of a scare early in the game as Brawley jumped to a 1-0 lead in the second inning, which it held until the fourth.
Calexico tied in the fourth and ripped the game wide open in the fifth with six runs.
Leading the Indian offensive onslaught was Trevor Robinson, who tripled, hit a home run and scored twice.
"I really didn't expect to have this kind of game. I don't know why, I just didn't," said Robinson. "But I did expect us to win like this."
Calexico starting pitcher Esau Madrigal held Brawley in check, giving up one hit and striking out 12.
In the second Madrigal got in a bit of a jam as Brawley's Mathew Mariscal led off the frame with a triple. Mariscal later scored on a fielder's choice to make the score to 1-0.
From that point, Madrigal didn't allow a hit and struck out six of the final 12 batters.
"I really didn't feel any pressure when I was pitching. After they got that hit and scored that run, I just felt more relaxed," said Madrigal. "Knowing I had my defense to back me up and knowing we have a good team, I felt pretty confident."
Despite the score, Brawley starting pitcher Sean Cameron held his own, striking out six and allowing only three earned runs.
Cameron conceded had his team not made mistakes, the outcome may have been different.
"I think it probably would've been a lot closer if we didn't make those mistakes. And knowing that we made mistakes makes this a little more difficult," said Cameron.
Teammate Frankie Mendoza agreed with Cameron but gave credit to Calexico.
"They're a tough team. They hit the ball good and their pitcher was really tough," said Mendoza. "But even though we lost, I think we'll be back next year."
Brawley finished the tournament with a 3-2 record.
Added Brawley Little League President Rusty Garcia: "We're proud of our White Sox, but I thought they held their own against a very good team. They have nothing to be ashamed of and I thought them making it to the championship was a great accomplishment."