Barroso got the scoring started for the winners with his second goal of the season just two minutes into the opening half. Barojas added a score later in the half and it was 2-0 at intermission.
Barojas came back with another goal, in the 55th minute, to begin a five-goal second half barrage for the Warriors. Victor Hugo, David Medeiros and Thomas Cruden followed with goals before Barroso put the exclamation mark on the blowout.
The seven goals represented a season-high for the Warriors, now 3-1-1 and 1-0-1 in the conference.
The Scott goalkeeper was forced to make 17 saves, while IHCC keeper Matthew Desfossez made just one save.
The Warriors will look to extend their winning streak when they battle Iowa Lakes at home on Saturday. The two teams tied 1-1 in Spencer last month.