Two draws in its last two games is not exactly what Colleyville Heritage wanted as the playoffs approach, but with two games left and hovering just below the fourth and final playoff spot, Coach Mike Ridley said this last stretch is critical.The Panthers were 3-4-4 in district heading into Tuesday night’s game with Irving Nimitz and will square off with R.L. Turner at 7:15 p.m. Friday at Cox Park in Carrollton.“Turner is a good team,” Ridley said. “They've got a lot of speed, but the thing that I am thinking may help us is that we are going to play on a grass field. Now, they like the grass field, but I think it slows them down, which can be a help to us.“The forecast is that we may have rain this week, which means that we might be playing on a sloppy field, and I think that goes to our advantage.”Colleyville Heritage rebounded from a 3-1 loss on Feb. 12 to Irving with a 0-0 tie to the Tigers the Friday before spring break.Ridley said his team looked much better this time around.“It was a pretty good game,” Ridley said. “We played well and they played well. It was a hard-fought game. We had a few chances and they had a few chances, but neither one of us could seem to get in a goal.”Colleyville tied Irving MacArthur 1-1 on the Tuesday before Spring break.With its final two games against two playoff teams, Turner and L.D. Bell, Ridley said he is treating this part of the season like the playoffs.“I would say we have to win at least two out of three to have a realistic chance,” Ridley said. “The most important one is to beat Bell. They are the team that we can still catch. The points are necessary to do that, but if we win, they don't get any points and we get the three and that might be the tie-breaker where we can get ahead of them. That's what I expect from them.”Grapevine's last game before spring break was against R.L. Turner on March 8, which the team lost by a score of 1-0.