On Feb. 2, the Liberty boys basketball team wrapped up its first outright county championship since 1983. After that, Westminster and South Carroll had a stranglehold on the county banner for two decades and Winters Mill and Century joined in over the past 15 years. Liberty shared a title in 2004, but that was it. Until this year. “We finally got it done,” senior point guard Jack Selby told us after the game. Said coach Brian Tombs, after Liberty clinched with a 78-49 win over Manchester Valley on Senior Night: “We got a little better each and every night and we are rewarded with a county title.” The Westminster girls basketball team notched its first title in four years, but the Owls are on the brink of history. At 17-0 heading into Friday night’s game, they are potentially two weeks away from joining Winters Mill (2007-08) and Manchester Valley (2016-17) as the only girls teams to author a perfect season. First-year coach Dave Urban chalked it up to a nice mix of experienced and young, talented players after the Owls clinched a 74-45 win over Liberty on Jan. 30.