Helena Capital’s Tom Carter breaks 11-second barrier in dual meet with Missoula Hellgate

HELENA — Tom Carter was the fastest man at Friday’s dual track and field meet between Capital and Missoula Hellgate, and it wasn’t particularly close.

Carter, a junior, won both the 100- and 200-meter dashes, setting personal records in both. In the 100, Carter broke the 11-second barrier, clocking an unofficial time of 10.83 seconds. His 200 time of 22.24 was more than a second faster than teammate Luke Sullivan (23.38) and Hayden Opitz (23.47) in a Capital-dominated event.

“I was movin’,” Carter said of his 100-meter time. “Funny thing is, before the race warming up, I rolled my ankle. I was feeling it all the way through, but 10.8 is fast. I’m happy with it…