BRISTOL, Tenn. — Rain fell like judgment to disrupt Saturday’s Frank Carver Track and Field Invitational. Before that, the meet records fell like rain.
Eighteen meet records were swept away or tied at Tennessee High’s track, with 10 again as many place earners besting the book.
In the boys’ 100-meter dash, four sprinters eclipsed the 11.07 logged by Bryan Webb in 2005. University High’s John Patrone blasted off for a scorching 10.58 , followed by Dobyns-Bennett’s Malik Foreman (10.73), Jefferson County’s Anthony Goins (10.99) and Bearden’s Stephon Stephens (11.06).
“That’s the fastest I’ve ever run,” said Patrone, a junior who ran for Daniel Boone as a freshman and spent his sophomore season competing solely in AAU meets. “I usually favor the 200 meters, but I think I favor the 100 now.”
Foreman, a sophomore, admitted that he thought “anything under 11” would’ve gotten him a win Saturday. Because his season goal is to break 10.3, however, he welcomed the challenge posed by Patrone.
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