The Biloxi Indians will make their first trip to Jackson since 2012.
The Biloxi boys basketball team won 64-61 over Forest Hill in Jackson Saturday night to advance to the Class 6A quarterfinals.
The Indians will play Starkville at 7 p.m. on March 5 at the Mississippi Coliseum in Jackson.
Starkville beat DeSoto Central, 78-65, Saturday night to set up the match-up.
Fred Ramsey-Thompson led Biloxi with 22 points and was the lone Indian in double digits.
Ramsey-Thompson hit a big 3-pointer with a minute remaining to put Biloxi up for good against one of Jackson's top high school basketball programs.
"I felt like at the beginning of the season we were going to have an opportunity to play in Jackson," Biloxi coach Seber Windham said. "We played a tough schedule and we played in arguably one of the toughest districts in the state with Hancock, Harrison Central and Gulfport. We went through so much (with players missing games). It kind of made us a tougher team.
"It's great to get back to the big house. That was one of our goals and we have an opportunity to do something special."
Biloxi jumped out on Forest Hill quick, but struggled to score the ball in the second quarter.
Forest Hill led the game 25-18 at halftime, but the Indians gradually got going on offense in the second half.
Forest Hill had an opportunity to tie the game with a 3-pointer with 3 seconds left, but the shot was off the mark.