For the last few years, the Parkview Tip-Off Classic high school basketball event has had a distinct look, with the girls division featuring a series of games, often in round-robin format, among a handful of teams, while the boys division was a bracket-style tournament.

Parkview will host a signing celebration Wednesday to honor six baseball players and four softball players who have signed with college athletic programs. The ceremony begins at 2:30 p.m. in the high school’s cafeteria.

SUWANEE — Parkview’s defense caused four turnovers in Saturday’s Gwinnett Football League championship game in eighth grade Division I, but Buford’s defense was able to keep the Panthers from scoring, which guided the Wolves to a 20-0 victory at Collins Hill.

SUWANEE — The combination of a safety and free kick TD return by Duluth early in the second quarter gave the Wildcats all the points they would need Saturday, and their defense kept Parkview out of the end zone for a 21-0 win in the Gwinnett Football League’s 11-year-old finals at Collins Hill.

DACULA — Dacula got more than enough firepower from Kaleb Edwards, who piled up 281 yards of total offense, and the Falcons got a strong defensive effort to smother state rushing leader Jahmyr Gibbs and Dalton 49-18 Friday night at Barron Field.

LILBURN — As the weather gets a chill in the air and fall fades into winter, it typically means the Parkview Panthers are kicking into gear for another playoff run with their orange-clad fans packing the Big Orange Jungle like colorful leaves in a yard.

LILBURN — Following a legend is never easy. For Parkview head coach Eric Godfree, his succession of Cecil Flowe hit its first major milestone Friday night as his Panthers beat Central Gwinnett 38-14 and notched his 100th career coaching victory, 47 of which have come at his alma mater.