South Cameron scored first, but after that, it was all Rosepine as the Eagles start the season 2-0.
Behind four total touchdowns from Seth Ducote, Rospeine defeated South Cameron 32-3 Thursday night on the road.
Although it was a dominant win, head coach Brad Ducote sees places where his squad can improve.
"We're not anywhere close to our potential, whether that's on missed assignments, offensively and defensively, and with penalties," he said. "That kind of stuff is unacceptable. We had a penalty on a block in the back when the play was past the guy. Stuff like that, we need to clean up. We'll get there."
Midway through the first quarter, quarterback Seth Ducote found the endzone on a 2-yard run to go up 7-0, and finished off the first period with a 64-yard passing touchdown to Josh Cummings increase the lead.
With 11:06 left in the half, Ducote ripped off a 68-yard touchdown run, and he scored his fourth and final touchdown with 26 seconds left in the half to make it 26-3.
Ducote finished the game with 116 passing yards in 2-for-3 passing and 164 rushing yards on nine carries, while running back Seth Shirley racked up 91 yards on 14 carries.
The junior varsity took over for a majority of the second half, and Rosepine scored with 3:53 left in the game on a 4-yard carry by Braden Nolen.
The Eagles (2-0) take on Elton (0-2) at 7 p.m. Friday night at home.