Wigton moved to Helena from Maryland prior to the soccer season and in 2019, he scored eight goals and dished out four assists for the Bruins as they advanced to the state semifinals.
"I have been playing soccer since I was five and not making it to state in high school kind of hurts but knowing I will be able to get back into it, feels really good."
For the Saints, it was the second signee from the Bruins in this recruiting class as Calex Hoxie joined the program back in December.
"We got a couple of good players from Capital," Carroll head coach Doug Mello said. "Both should go a good job for us as a freshmen and we expect them to see action."
Chris Peterson is the sports editor and lead preps reporter for the Independent Record and 406mtsports.com. Follow him on Twitter @cmpetey406