ROSEPINE — The No. 26 Delcambre Panthers proved to be no trouble for the Rosepine Eagles.

ROSEPINE — The No. 26 Delcambre Panthers proved to be no trouble for the Rosepine Eagles.

The seventh-ranked and homestanding Eagles pounded out 11 hits, while sophomore southpaw Ty Perrill limited Delcambre to just two hits in a 10-0 victory for Rosepine in the first round of the Class 2A playoffs on Monday.

With the win, the Eagles improved to 18-10 overall. They will face No. 10 Welsh in a best-of-3 series at Rosepine.

Perrill had no issues with the Panthers lineup for the first three innings as he retired all nine batters he faced.

In the meantime, the Eagles were able to get to Panther starter Zack Delcambre.

Rosepine leadoff hitter Tanner Wiegand was hit by a pitch to open the bottom of the first inning, stole second base, moved to third on an error and scored on a sacrifice fly by Patrick Hinson, giving the Eagles a 1-0 lead.

The second inning saw Rosepine add another run to the tally as Brody Dauzat led off with a single and later scored on passed ball, pushing the Eagles out to a 2-run advantage.

The third inning began with back-to-back hits from Hinson and catcher Christian Kessinger. Hinson later scored on an RBI-single from Bryce Roberts, while Andrew Perkins, running for Kessigner, scored on a sacrifice fly by Dauzat, allowing Rosepine to open up a 4-0 cushion.

Perrill ran into his first bit of trouble in the top of the fourth as he allowed back-to-back singles from Payton DeRanger and Logan LeBlanc.

Trevor Baudoin followed with a walk to load the bases with no outs.

However, Perrill escaped the bases-loaded situation with a lineout, a popout and a flyout to preserve the shutout.

Perrill opened the bottom half of the inning with a triple to the right field wall and scored on a double from Wiegand.

Wiegand scored on a Hinson double to give Rosepine a 6-0 lead.

Hinson eventually crossed on a sacrifice fly from Roberts for a 7-0 Eagle advantage.

Perrill sat the Panthers down in order in the top half of the fifth, but the Eagles were unable to make anything happen in the bottom half, sending the game into the sixth.

DeRanger reached after being hit by a pitch and Baudoin got on base by virtue of an earror.

With a pair of runners on, Perrill forced a flyout by Cole Delcambre and DeRanger was gunned tagged out heading to third base by Roberts off a ground ball from Zack Delcambre.

In the bottom of the sixth inning, the Eagles were able to bring the game to an end by scoring three times to enact the mercy rule.

Perrill drew a leadoff walk and Wiegand singled to move Perrill to second base.

Perrill and Wiegand executed a double steal to give the Eagles runners in scoring position with no outs.

After Hinson popped out, Kessinger connected on a 2-run triple to push Rosepine out to a 9-0 lead.

Roberts followed up by drawing a walk, but Hobie Nelson brought the game to an end when he lofted a sacrifice fly to centerfield, giving Rosepine the 10-0 win.

Perrill was the winning pitcher, going all six innings for the Eagles on the bump.

He gave up no runs on two hits with four strikeouts, one walk and one hit batsman.

Offensively, he added a triple, two stolen bases and two runs scored, while Kessinger was 4-for-4 with a triple and two RBIs.

Wiegand added two hits, an RBI and three runs scored, while Hinson had a pair of hits, two RBIs, a double and two runs scored.

Roberts finished with a pair of RBIs in the win for the Eagles.

Zack Delcambre suffered the loss on the hill for the Panthers, giving up seven runs on nine hits with no strikeouts, one walk and one hit batsman in four innings of work.

DeRanger and LeBlanc had the only hits for Delcambre, which finished with a record of 5-22.