North Carroll had been undefeated heading into play against Liberty, though after three different Lions scored, it was too much to overcome.
Century against Manchester Valley should be another matchup that has county championship implications.
Westminster gets five goals from five different scorers in victory over Manchester Valley
Tyler Pryzbylski scored two touchdowns and amassed 141 yards on the ground, as the Panthers rolled the visiting Railroaders, 30-0.
Imposing Manchester Valley lineman disrupted South Carroll's offense, forced adjustments
Silas Kelly scores twice as the Cavaliers moved one step closer to a county championship.
Manchester Valley is 4-0 and will host defending county champion South Carroll. The winner will hold at least a share of first place in Carroll, depending on how Century does against Francis Scott Key.
Francis Scott Key scored three times in the second half, and got 13 saves from keeper Ethan Rhoten in the win.
A pair of fourth quarter safeties — the second courtesy of Nate Lang, who dropped North Carroll quarterback Cooper Hastings in the end zone — helped the Knights hold off the visitors, securing the 18-12 victory.
Westminster's football program was in danger of starting the season 0-3 for the second time in three years when Ian Gould took the field late in the fourth quarter last week.
With three weeks of play in the books, tonight marks the first intra-county games of the football season.
South Carroll's Erin Langille is one of Carroll County's top returning runners. Carroll Varsity caught up with the senior runner as she prepares for her final high school season in the sport.