The Hannibal Hoots scored in each of the first six innings Sunday en route to a 13-2 Prospect League road rout over the Quincy Gems.

The Hannibal Hoots scored in each of the first six innings Sunday en route to a 13-2 Prospect League road rout over the Quincy Gems.

Patrick Donohue, Joe Roscetti and Alex Satunas collected three hits a piece for the Hoots in the victory. 

Hannibal improves to 23-33 with four games remaining.

Quincy (30-25) sits two games out of second place in the West Division behind Danville. The top two teams in the division qualify for the league playoffs.

Dalton Overstreet started for Hannibal and pitched 4 2/3 innings of two-run ball before a trio of Hoots relievers kept the Gems scoreless the remainder of the contest.

Brendan Saak fired 2 1/3 shutout innings to earn the win.

Andrew Eilers and catcher Sam Nozicka each tossed scoreless frames to close out the contest.

Roscetti roped an RBI single for the initial run of the game, and Brady West followed with a sacrifice fly that brought home Josh Lane to make it 2-0 Hannibal in the first.

Donohue drove home Jose Mercado with a groundout in the second before Aaron Goecks knocked in West with a single in the third.

Cody Klotz put Quincy on the board with a solo homer — his 12th of the summer — in the bottom of the third. 

Roscetti continued his hot hitting with a two-run single in the fourth to put the Hoots up 6-1.

Satunas launched a two-out, two-run homer later in the same inning to extend Hannibal's advantage to seven runs.

Donohue, Lane, Roscetti and Satunas each had RBI singles as part of a four-run fifth that put the game further out of reach.

Roscetti finished with four RBIs and two runs to pace Hannibal's 16-hit attack.

Francisco Rodriguez hit a solo shot in the bottom of the fifth for Quincy's second and final run.

The Gems managed just five hits in the losing effort.

Lane drove in Hannibal's final tally with a single in the top of the sixth. 

The win Sunday was the Hoots' second of the weekend.

Hannibal rallied to defeat division leader Terre Haute 7-6 on Saturday in the first game of a home doubleheader.

Roscetti hit a walk-off RBI single in the bottom of the seventh that scored Donohue.

The Hoots plated six unanswered runs over the final three innings to secure the come-from-behind win.

Trailing 6-1, Wyatt Whitman scored on a Donohoue groundout in the fifth to begin the comeback in earnest. Lane singled in Mercado to cut Hannibal's deficit to three runs later in the inning.

Goecks drove in West with a single to make it 6-3 in the sixth, and Satunas scored via an error on the play to pull the Hoots to within one run. 

Tommy Kraus delivered an RBI single to tie the game 6-all in the sixth.

Donohue drew a walk to lead off the seventh and moved to second on a sacrifice bunt by Lane. 

That set up the game-winning hit by Roscetti. 

Tyler Lunger earned the win for Hannibal with a scoreless seventh.

Eilers tossed 2 2/3 scoreless frames to keep the Hoots within striking distance after starter Dylan Dodd left the game. 

Hannibal fell 17-3 in the nightcap to Terre Haute on Saturday, mustering just five hits and committing three errors. 

Newcomer Alex Roy was a bright spot with two hits in the loss.

The Hoots fell 18-0 to Chillicothe at home Friday night.