Well, the shutout streak ended at six games for Grapevine this past Friday when the Lady Mustangs soccer team surrendered a goal to Carrollton R.L. Turner in an 8-1 victory. Apparently, they had some offensive incentive because they were not as sharp in a 1-0 victory over Irving on March 5.However, that’s not a bad tradeoff when the Lady Mustangs are close to securing their fifth district championship in six seasons. Grapevine (14-4-4, 11-0 in District 6-5A) has the week off and can plan for Euless Trinity in a showdown that can give them outright championship. A tie gives them a share of the district title.Oh, and the undefeated district streak now stands at 33.“We struggled to finish against Irving,” coach Ryan Davis said. “We certainly didn’t play our best, but we defended very well. The good thing is that we made up for it at Turner. The girls were motivated, and we were good on both ends of the field. Now, we just have to take that forward through the last three games.”The unique part about the win over R.L. Turner is that freshman Sarah Slim collected first career hat trick (three goals). It’s probably not going to be the last time Slim has a chance to accomplish the rare feat since she is one of the most dynamic players on the team.“She was doing everything right that night,” Davis said. “Her timing with the center midfielder and the midfielder was amazing. All three goals were well constructed. I was certainly happy for her. Sarah is an exciting player. She definitely had a smile on her face. But she didn’t celebrate. She just went out there and did her job.”Like everybody else in the district, Grapevine has the week off. Davis is going to take advantage of the down time to let his team recuperate so it will be ready for the final push. He said his team will not meet until Monday. Grapevine has already clinched a playoff spot.Colleyville Heritage updateAlthough coach Misail Tsapos did not collect the six points he wanted last week, he got close. With a tie against Irving MacArthur and dominating 5-1 win over Irving last Friday, the Lady Panthers (5-8-7, 4-3-4 in 6-5A) earned four and are in control of their destiny for the fourth playoff spot. Junior Logan Brandt scored a pair of goals.With three matches to play, Colleyville Heritage is at 16 points, while Irving is at 11 and Hurst L.D. Bell is at nine. Basically, this team has to collect at least four more points in order to wrap up a berth.If that happened and Irving won its last three matches against Turner, Trinity and MacArthur, there would be a tie. However, Colleyville Heritage would earn the tiebreaker because it won and tied against the Lady Tigers.“Irving is better than their record shows,” Tsapos said. “But we played a complete game, and the girls really stepped up … I really believe that we’re the second-best team in the district right now.”In fact, Colleyville Heritage still has a chance to catch Turner for third place. Colleyville Heritage won the first meeting last month, 3-0.With spring break, Tsapos said he will allow his team to rest and then have it resume with workouts on Saturday.