To no one’s surprise, the final seedings in District 4-5A boys soccer came down to the final regular season games.Carroll picked up a 1-0 win over Haltom to clinch the title, but a Keller loss to Richland and a Central win over Northwest pushed the Chargers into second place, bumped Richland to third place and moved Keller into the final playoff spot.Dave Mahr, Central’s head coach, and his Chargers will likely be matched against Arlington in the first round of the Region I playoffs.In Central’s 4-1 win over Northwest, Moises Gonzalez (Colin Nunley assist), Fabrian Linares (Daniel Arend), Lane Garcia (Kameron Maney) and James Penny (Sebastien Delgado) all scored goals.Keller will be getting ready for its first-round game against Sam Houston on Friday at 2 p.m. at Pennington Field.Sam Houston, the District 3-5A champ, went undefeated in district play at 13-0.Even though the Indians are coming off a 3-0 loss to Richland on Friday which pushed them into the fourth spot, Keller head coach Jason Bates doesn’t feel the loss will present any sort of letdown this Friday.“It’s a new season,” Bates said. “It all starts over. We talked about that before and after the game,” he said on Sunday.Earlier in the week, Keller beat Timber Creek, 2-1, to set up Friday’s showdown schedule.Will Gilpin and Stephen Rangel scored the goals for the Indians against the Falcons.Richland last lost to Keller, 3-0, on Feb. 19. The Rebels then went on to win five in a row to make the improbable jump into third place.Central finished just one point behind Carroll in the district standings and had reeled off four straight wins after last losing to Keller on Feb. 26.The Chargers handed Carroll a loss and a tie, just one of two teams to pin a loss on the champions and the only district team to not lose to the Dragons.Central’s likely first round foe, Arlington, still was scheduled to play North Crowley on Tuesday. With the District 3-5A’s conclusion, final pairings and decisions on dates and locations for the playoffs can be made. It is expected that those decisions will be made late Tuesday night and final decisions by Wednesday. Arlington had an outside chance at climbing into the No. 3 spot out of its district.Both Central and Keller are in the same half of the bracket and should they win their first round and Bi-District games, could meet each other in the third round.