The season came to an end for the Colleyville Heritage boys soccer team last week, as the Panthers lost to Duncanville by a score of 1-0 in the area round of the playoffs.Coach Adam Phillips said that the Panthers competed pretty well in the game and said that he was pleased with their overall effort.“It was a competitive game,” Phillips said. “It was not our best effort in the first half. I thought that we started out kind of slow. In the second half, we came out really strong and even in overtime and created some chances. We just came up a little short.”The Colleyville Heritage boys soccer team finished second overall in district competition and defeated Hebron in the bi-district round of the playoffs.Phillips said that he is satisfied with how the season unfolded for his team.“My goal was to make the playoffs,” Phillips said. “I never want a graduating class to not make the playoffs, so that was my main goal. I thought we could have gone further in the playoffs for sure, which was kind of disappointing, but I thought we had a good season.”Phillips said that he hopes his players, especially his seniors, take away a couple of things from this season.“I really hope they have a sense of accomplishment,” Phillips said. “I would like for them to have that fulfillment in knowing that they made the playoffs. I know they wanted to go farther, but it really has been a culmination of what they have been working on for the last four seasons.”The Panthers finished the regular season with a 14-7-4 overall record and 8-3-3 mark in district competition.Phillips said that there is good news for next season, as well, as things appear to be in good shape for the varsity program for a couple of reasons.“We've got a strong JV class moving up,” Phillips said. “Then I think that more than half of our players on varsity this year were either juniors or sophomores. We have a lot of players coming back. I know that we are going to miss our seniors and a few other students that are leaving, but I think we have a really strong group returning next season.”• The Grapevine boys soccer season ended in the bi-district round of the playoffs with a 3-1 loss to Coppell.