Crescent Bay Advisors won a pair of Majors division games last week against two tough opponents, defeating Rotary, 1-0, and VFW, 9-4, in Laguna Beach Little League action at Riddle Field.

CBA's Charlie Pillsbury pitched a gem, striking out 11 while only allowing two hits and two walks, in the shutout win over first-place Rotary. Hits strung together by Gavin Trevino, Wyatt Gillespie and Peyton Francisco in the fifth inning, scratched across the game's lone run.

Rotary had excellent pitching from Brooks Hogenauer, Paxton Burzell and Nolan Smith.

On Saturday, Pillsbury led off the first inning with a three-run home run, then the bats of teammates heated up in the 9-4 win over VFW. Pillsbury finished with three hits, with three hits and Trevino, Caden Capobianco and Hayden Myers each had two hits.

Jack Payne started on the mount for CBA and pitched two solid innings while Nolan Naess finished the game with four innings of relief.

Max Schuster and Trey Lockhart hit home runs to power the VFW offense.

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In other Majors division action:

Hobie 16, Rotary 16

A three-hour battle April 4 between second-place Hobie and division leader Rotary ended in a tie score.

The game at Riddle Field was highlighted by a three-run home run by Hobie's Jeremy Hayes and a three-run triple by Rotary's George Williams. Hobie's Jamie Mackay served up a three-RBI triple in the top of the sixth to put Hobie up one run. With one out in the bottom of the sixth, Rotary's Paxton Burzell hit a double and Josh Meiswinkle singled to bring home Burzell with the tying run.

Hobie's Lance Detweiler dug in on the mound to get the final two outs to preserve the tie.

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In AAA Division action:

UPS 5, McKenna BMW 4

UPS rallied from a four-run deficit and scored three runs in the final inning Saturday to upend first-place McKenna BMW.

UPS, third in the division, gained ground of McKenna BMW in the standings with the win. It wasn't until the fourth inning that UPS managed a base runner against the strong pitching performance of Luke Machin. Jax Laluotte broke up the perfect game in the fourth with a single but after four, McKenna BMW led, 4-0, behind the excellent hitting of Griffin Naess, Alex Neufeld and Luke Machin.

In the fifth, UPS finally got on the scoreboard on an Aidan McDennon lead-off double and an RBI single by Kai Gillies. Trailing, 4-2, heading into the sixth, UPS would not be denied, scoring two runs on a double by McDennon and another on a walk-off by Sam Schineller to finish the comeback.