With three games remaining in the season, Carroll (21-2, 10-1 in District 4-5A) is in a position to collect its fourth district championship in the 12 years coach Matt Colvin has been in charge.Spring break started Monday and created some flexible scheduling this week. The Lady Dragons played second-place Keller Monday afternoon at home. A win would have assured the program with an outright title.Carroll entered the match with 30 points, while Keller was at 25. A win would have given the Lady Dragons an eight-point lead with two games to play. A tie would not change anything. Carroll would have to win at Keller Fossil Ridge this coming Tuesday in order to clinch the title. Carroll has long since clinched a playoff spot.“We’re all striving to make the playoffs and win a district championship,” Colvin said. “It would be a great to get the top seed in the district. But to win a district championship would do a lot for our confidence.”Carroll has also won district championships in 2003, 2007 and 2012. Keep in mind that when the Lady Dragons won the Class 5A title in 2008, they finished third. They just happened to get hot in the playoffs and take it the rest of the way.What also has been a little odd is that the Lady Dragons have not experienced a draw. We’re talking about a season that is 10 weeks old and this team hasn’t been through the awkward end-of-the-game scenario.“It’s really weird if you consider that you expect a couple of [the draws] to come at the beginning of the season,” Colvin said. “There are some scrimmages but you know that when you start, you’re not going to be as sharp. We just seem to be able to put some goals up there when we’ve needed to.”Notable numbersHere’s a look at what the Lady Dragons have done this year:They have allowed only seven goals this season. That’s an average of .30 goals per game. They have not allowed more than one in any game. The team pitched 16 shutouts.Goalkeeper Victoria Stephens has faced only 69 shots in 21 starts this year. That’s a little more than three per game. But she has only had to make 45 saves. That’s an average of a little more than two per game.Sophie Groff may not eclipse her single-season scoring record of 35 goals set in 2012 (she has 22 so far). But when she has scored, she has made it count. She has eight game-winning tallies. Grace Cory is second on the team in game-winning goals with five.“The good thing about this is that we are not one-dimensional in our scoring,” Colvin said. “We have some options.”With 21 victories, this is the ninth time the Lady Dragons have reached 20 wins in a season since girls soccer started at Carroll in 1995. In the eight previous times that win total has been reached, this group has advanced at least three rounds deep in the playoffs.