The Timber Creek and Keller girls soccer teams both posted wins going away in the first of the area round playoffs.The wins set up the Region I quarterfinals games set for Tuesday, with game results unavailable by the press deadline.Timber Creek posted an easy 5-0 win over San Angelo Central and was to next face Southlake Carroll in the quarterfinals on Tuesday at 7 p.m. at Dragon Stadium in Southlake.“I wouldn’t say it was easy, but we were well-prepared and motivated to play,” said Timber Creek head coach Mike King.“We played unbelievably,” King said of the game played in Abilene. “We’re well-connected and the girls are having a lot of fun, and we can’t wait to play Southlake.”In the previous two games with Carroll, Timber Creek lost 2-0 and 4-1 decisions.“In the first two games with them, we showed them too much respect,” King admitted. “We’re too good a team. We’ll throw the kitchen sink.“The pressure is on them,” King continued. “They’re supposed to win, and we want to win. We’ll rise to the occasion,” he said about playing the state’s 7th-ranked team.Keller won their playoff game last Friday night, 4-1, over El Paso Socorro in Odessa.The Lady Indians are now paired against Arlington Martin for Tuesday at 8 pm at Pennington Field.Keller had beaten Martin early in the season during the National Elite Prep Showcase.“It was a long time ago, but I’m sure we’re both different than at the beginning of the season,” said Keller head coach Billy Griffiths.“At least we’re somewhat familiar with them,” Griffiths said. “It’s not like going to play Socorro from El Paso.”Griffiths expects the Martin contest to be a difficult game against a strong program.“It’s not going to be easy,” Griffiths said. “We’ll keep building on the win, and with what we’ve gone through this season in a tough district, we expect to do well.”Although the Lady Indians finished the game with a 3-goal cushion against Socorro, the game was much closer.Keller led just 1-0 at halftime, but the team’s quality depth played a key role during the hot weather.“We had been playing in winter, but it was hot in Odessa,” Griffiths said. “We had to use a lot of players, and by the second half we had them worn down.”Brooke Butzer, Andrea Ferguson, Sarah Shaw and Amanda Stickney scored the Keller goals against Socorro.The 16 seniors help the experience on the Keller squad and Griffiths said he’s used about every team member in the last two or three games.“We don’t drop off much (in quality) when we substitute,” Griffiths said.“It’s a huge relief when you do win and it’s nice when you get a chance to catch your breath.” Griffiths said. “Now it’s time again and it’s tough to beat a team twice.”With a win in the quarterfinals, the winners will move on to the Region I tournament to be played in Midland this weekend.