Pascagoula High School's Chevron Classic takes places this Saturday with a total of four teams, boys and girls, ranked among the top four on the Coast by the Sun Herald.
The Pascagoula boys (11-4) are ranked No. 3 this week while the Lady Panthers (15-4) sit at No. 4.
The two Pascagoula teams will close out the night with back-to-back games against Quitman. The girls play at 7 p.m. and the boys will play at 8:30 p.m.
For Pascagoula boys coach Ronald Norman, the match with Quitman (8-7) provides a reunion with one of his former assistant coaches at Wayne County, Quitman head coach Chris Coleman.
"We're going to mirror each other," Norman said. "It's a game I don't envy playing. He's the first assistant I ever had in coaching. He was my first assistant at Wayne County and he knows everything I know.
"He can coach my game without ever coming to one of my practices. He knows all our terminology."
The No. 3 Ocean Springs girls play Wayne County (5-8) at 4 p.m. and the No. 1 D'Iberville boys (15-3) follow with a 5:30 p.m. contest against Wayne County (11-5).
"I think we've got a great field," Norman said. "We've got a mix of good girls and boys teams this season."
The action starts at 10 a.m. with the Ocean Springs boys (7-10) and Moss Point (7-9) facing off. The two teams met earlier this season with the Greyhounds winning 69-58 in overtime on Nov. 17 at Moss Point.
The Gautier boys and Oak Grove will play at 11:30 a.m. The Southeast Lauderdale girls will play Moss Point at 1 p.m. the Bay High boys will play Southeast Lauderdale at 2:30 p.m.