Timber Creek takes on Keller on Friday in a game which could prove pivotal for both teams. However, a win by Timber Creek would make more of an impact in the top four teams' positioning themselves for a playoff spot with just three games to play.The result of the Tuesday game with Northwest was unavailable prior to the press deadline.Richland pinned a 52-43 loss on Timber Creek last Friday, pushing the Lady Falcons to a 6-5 record and fourth-place tie with Fossil Ridge.Megan Owen and Emily Spector once again led the Falcons with 14 point outings. Hillary Kelly had 10 points for Timber Creek in the Richland loss.Keller was the victim of a surging Ridge team last Tuesday, suffering a 45-43 loss to the Lady Panthers.Fossil Ridge rode that momentum to beat Central on Friday, 65-54."Obviously the win over Keller was a big win," said Stacy Henson, head coach for Fossil Ridge. "I feel that it provided my kids with some much-needed confidence."The team's leading scorer didn't disappoint in the Central win, as Grayson Bright had 23 points in the win.Bright was helped by Allyson Te'o's 17 points.Fossil Ridge's path still has plenty of hurdles.After Tuesday's game with Haltom, the Lady Panthers are facing Carroll.Carroll owns first place, breaking a tie with Keller and Richland as a result of the Fossil Ridge win."We still are fighting for our lives in the district race down the stretch," Henson said. "I wish that we were in control of our own destiny, but right now that may not be the case. All I can hope for is that my kids continue to battle each night and take care of the business before them."The final game of the regular season will pit Fossil Ridge against Timber Creek, which could decide the final playoff spot in the district."It could be very big," Henson added.Central had the loss to Fossil Ridge on Friday and was not given any favors by having Richland next up on Tuesday.But the Lady Chargers have a great chance to get back on the winning track when they face Haltom on Friday.Although Central's district record is 2-9 prior to Tuesday, Haltom shares the same district mark.Keller has perhaps the most challenging schedule of the week, with Carroll on Tuesday and Timber Creek on Friday.In the 67-40 win over Haltom last Friday, Keller was once again paced by their leaders, Rani Parkinson and Jen Lutz, who scored 17 and 14 respectively.With Keller in a second-place tie with Richland with 9-2 records, the final regular season game against the Rebels next Tuesday will be a key game for the seedings process prior to the playoffs.