| The Enterprise
For three quarters on Thursday, the Stoughton High boys basketball team couldn’t buy a bucket.
But after scoring just 23 points in the first quarters, the Black Knights bounced back with a 29-point fourth quarter to erase an eight-point deficit and pick up a 52-44 win over Foxboro.
KC Ugwuakazi scored 17 points for Stoughton while Waseem Sablon tallied 6 of his 10 points in the final frame.
In other high school action on Thursday:
Foxboro 53, Stoughton 13: Junior Vanessa Phelimond collected 9 rebounds while seniro Camille Firmin blocked four shots for the Black Knights (0-4).
Oliver Ames 52, Sharon 15: The Tigers won the Hockomock League contest.
Plymouth North 55, Marshfield 42: The Blue Eagles improved to 4-1 thanks to 19 points from senior Julian Llopiz and sophomore Josh Campbell chipping in with 12 points and 7 rebounds. Senior Cam Shaughnessy pulled down 13 rebounds.