Keller’s boys soccer team has clinched a playoff spot in District 4-5A, but whether the Indians hold on to the top seed and the district title are still in question.Central has also locked up a top-four spot and a playoff berth in the district.A big piece of the district puzzle was played out on Monday after the print deadline.Keller was playing Carroll, hoping to draw even in the season series with the Dragons. Carroll won the first contest 2-0.Carroll entered the week in a third-place tie with Richland.Central, in second place, was playing Richland on Monday. The two teams fought to a scoreless tie in the first matchup earlier in the season.Through Monday, Keller lead the district with 25 points, Central with 24 and Carroll and Richland with 23. Timber Creek had 9 points with Fossil Ridge at 8.After Monday’s games, though, teams will not be back in action until March 19 due to spring break.“We have done very well this season with only two losses,” said Keller head coach Jason Bates.Keller’s only other loss was a 1-0 surprise to Northwest.“The boys have a high work rate and passion to win,” Bates said of his Indians. “We have continued to get better throughout non-district and district seasons with our defending and transition.” Keller picked up a 4-0 win over Haltom on Friday, adding the 10th shutout of the season by goalkeeper Alec Tyler. Five of the shutouts have been district games.Tyler said he played about half the district games last year as a junior, but now in his senior season, he’s motivated to improve upon their second-round playoff appearance of last year.“We know we’re going to the playoffs, but we’ve learned to always focus on ‘who’s next’ and not look past the next game,” Tyler said. “That’s what happened against Northwest,” he said of the loss to the Texans.In addition to having a strong force in the net for Keller, the Indians have had sufficient offense to make them the district leaders.The Indians’ leading scorer, Brenden Haberkorn, has scored six goals, with Jaime Fields leading the team with six assists to help balance the offense.The successful season has progressed about as Haberkorn envisioned.“It’s gone pretty well,” Haberkorn said. “We thought we’d be first in district. “We’ve been playing together for four years,” he said of his fellow seniors.“Our strength is passing the ball and winning headers off throw-ins, and then heading it in,” Haberkorn said.The focus for Keller after the Haltom win was on Monday’s game with Carroll.“We’re all really pumped (for Carroll) and getting ready for next week,” Haberkorn said.Tyler echoed the focus for Monday’s game.“We feel pretty good,” Tyler said. “We need to just play hard and work hard.Tyler acknowledged had they not slipped up against Northwest, the Indians would have a 5-point cushion.There’s also a revenge factor headed into the Carroll contest, Tyler said.“We’ve labeled it as a redemption game,” Tyler said. “We’ve switched up a couple of things since the first game with Carroll and done really well since then.“We’re all focused on the playoffs since we’ve clinched it,” Tyler said, “but we want the district title first. Our goal is to make it to state.”Keller will pick up again on March 19 against Timber Creek and conclude the regular season against Richland.Fossil Ridge was taking on Haltom on Monday, and will be playing Carroll next Tuesday, then Timber Creek on March 22.Central’s other remaining games are with Haltom and Northwest.