The three Keller ISD teams headed for the girls soccer playoffs picked up wins, and hopefully momentum, as they get ready to launch into the first round of the playoffs this week.Keller, which comes away with the second-place finish in District 4-5A behind Carroll, nabbed a 1-0 win over Richland on Friday.That win by Keller was needed to stay just ahead of third-place Timber Creek.Keller finished with 29 points and Southlake Carroll had compiled 39 points in the district race.The Lady Indians now prep for their tilt against Paschal on Friday at 8 p.m. at HEB’s Pennington Field, said Keller head coach Billy Griffiths.In Friday’s win, it was Brooke Butzer who punched in the game’s lone goal for Keller.“This was our goal when the season started,” Griffiths said. “After getting knocked out of the first round last year, with that experience we knew what it would take to get in. Now, we are all focused on this third season, Griffiths said of the playoff portion of the year. “We’ll see what happens and hope to win at least a couple of games.”Mike King’s Timber Creek girls finish in third place, just a point behind Keller, and will also go to Pennington Field for their playoff game against Arlington Martin on Thursday at 8 p.m.Last Friday, Timber Creek beat Fossil Ridge 2-0 to keep the third seed.Cayla Klinger scored an unassisted goal to lead things off for the Falcons against Fossil Ridge. Cammie Hoover scored the other goal for Timber Creek on an assist from Caroline Anderson.Fossil Ridge finishes the season at 2-11-2, 1-8-2 in district.Central had clinched a playoff spot earlier in the week after a win over Haltom.After they locked up the fourth place seed in the district, they went on to post a 3-0 win over Northwest last Friday.The Lady Chargers went 6-1 in the second half of the district season, which has head coach Ray Martinez feeling optimistic about a playoff run.Central had to wait until the conclusion of the District 3-5A race on Tuesday to know their opponent for certain, but it will likely be Arlington. Whether the first round game will be played on Thursday or Friday was to be determined by Wednesday.In the Northwest win, Abbie Aldrich scored two goals for Central with assists from Hope Smith and Tessa Woodcock. Kristina Schulz scored the other Chargers goal on a Woodcock assist.Weather for later in the week already had coaches keeping a close eye on the forecasts, which could play a role in the Thursday, Friday and Saturday playoff games.According to the weather and field availability, some games could be moved to a different day or location.