But, with the score tied at 15 in the second quarter of Tuesday’s game in Stoughton, the Black Knights went on a 14-4 run to end the half, eventually running away with the game, winning 55-34.
Stoughton improves to 8-1, recording their seventh double-digit victory of the season. Sharon, meanwhile, falls to 3-5.
Stoughton head coach John Gallivan and the Black Knights focused the majority of their game plan on Sharon sophomore Brian Mukasa, who came into Tuesday night’s matchup second in the Hockomock League in scoring.
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