Just how good were Metroplex soccer teams this season? Well, even the UIL noticed.For more than a year, the host site for this years Class 5A Region I soccer tournaments both boys and girls was scheduled to be the Scharbauer Sports Complex in Midland. However, the UIL made the decision Wednesday to relocate this weeks event to the Birdville ISD Fine Arts/Athletics Complex, because all eight teams that qualified are from the DFW area.All eight teams come from Districts 4-5A and 5-5A. Both the boys and girls teams from Southlake Carroll and Flower Mound Marcus qualified for their respective regional tournaments. The Keller school district is sending the Keller Central boys and the Keller girls, with the Coppell boys and Hebron girls rounding out the field.For us, just coming off the road, and having to turn back around and go back out to Midland for the regional tournament, that travel was starting to wear and tear on our kids, Keller Central coach Dave Maher said. It benefits us in many ways. It allows the kids to sleep in their own beds.In the Class 4A regional, the Trophy Club Nelson girls and Birdville boys head to Wichta Falls.Class 5A Region I Boys semifinalsBirdville ISD FA/AC, North Richland Hills• Southlake Carroll (21-3-4) vs. Flower Mound Marcus (21-2-2), 4 p.m. Friday.• Keller Central (15-4-6) vs. Coppell (24-2-0), 6 p.m. Friday. Final: 2 p.m. Saturday About Southlake Carroll: The District 4-5A champions face a Marcus team that has lost only once since its first match of the season and that loss was at the hands of No. 1 Coppell. Carroll doesnt have the most potent offense, and Marcus has posted six consecutive shutouts, including 2-0 victories in all three of its playoff matches. Carroll has allowed more than one goal only three times this season, so a defensive battle could be in store. The Dragons were 5A state champions in 2011. About Keller Central: The Chargers have their work cut out, facing the states top-ranked team. MaxPreps has Coppell ranked No. 18 in the entire country. Central does have a victory over fellow regional semifinalist Southlake Carroll to its credit this season, and playing in the tough District 4-5A, where it finished second, should have the team seasoned. The Chargers have won seven consecutive matches, allowing one goal or less in each of those victories. Girls semifinalsBirdville ISD FA/AC, North Richland Hills• Southlake Carroll (26-2-0) vs. Hebron (17-3-3), noon Friday.• Keller (19-5-3) vs. FM Marcus (22-3-1), 2 p.m. Friday. Final: noon Saturday. About Southlake Carroll: The Dragons have already set a school record for wins this season with 27. Scoring goals against the Carroll defense has proven difficult. The Dragons have posted six consecutive shutouts and didnt allow more than one goal in any match this season. Theyve outscored opponents 11-0 in three playoff matches. Sophie Groff leads the offense with 25 goals on the year. About Keller: The Indians are a gritty and experienced team with 15 seniors. They finished runners-up to Southlake Carroll in the competitive District 4-5A. Four of Kellers five losses came at the hands of Southlake Carroll and McKinney Boyd. Marcus has won its three playoff matches by a combined 11-1.Class 4A Region I Boys semifinalsMemorial Stadium, Wichita Falls• EP Del Valle (21-6-0) vs. Birdville (18-4-6), noon Friday.• WF Rider (22-5-2) vs. Amarillo (20-4-3), 2:30 p.m. Friday. Final: 11 a.m. Saturday About Birdville: The Hawks, who finished second in District 11-4A, are in the regional tournament for the first time since the school opened in 1999. The strength of the team lies with its defense, which has surrendered more than one goal in a match only twice this season. The Hawks have won their four playoff matches by a combined score of 10-1. Girls semifinalsMemorial Stadium, Wichita Falls• Amarillo (22-4) vs. TC Nelson (26-2-1), 5 p.m. Friday.• Denton Guyer (23-1-0) vs. Canyon Randall (19-2-3), 7:30 p.m. Friday. Final: 1:30 p.m. Saturday About Trophy Club Nelson: The Bobcats lost in the state championship match last year and their only two losses this season have come at the hands of fellow regional semifinalist Denton Guyer. Nelson has outscored its opponents 20-1 through four playoff matches, and the offense has four players with at least 15 goals on the season: Madison Hall, Lynnsey Brim, Marchelle Davis and Darla Hyde.