AUSTIN — TCU’s Charles Silmon ran one of the fastest 100-meter times in school history with his wind-aided 9.94-second mark, finishing fourth behind three Olympians at the Texas Relays on Saturday.Former TCU standout Darvis Patton won with a time of 9.75 and his Arlington training partner, Wallace Spearmon, was second at 9.92. Mike Rodgers was third at 9.93.Former UT Arlington standout Cordero Gray was fifth 10.09.Silmon becomes only the third men’s sprinter in TCU history to run an all-conditions 100-meter dash below the 10-second barrier.The Horned Frogs’ men’s and women’s 4x100 teams and men’s 4x400 team posted season best marks.The men’s 4x100 team was third in the collegiate relay behind powerhouses Texas A&M and Florida. The 4x400 team was eighth in a field that posted the two fastest times of the young outdoor season. The women’s 4x100 team was eighth.Former Arlington Lamar standout Jeremy Wariner, along with North Crowley grad Marcus Boyd, was part of a team of former Baylor athletes who were third in the 4x100 invitational. In the 4x400, Wariner and Boyd were part of a team that was second.For UT Arlington, Shannon Reynolds (11.47) placed 11th in the 100-meter invitational as the lone non-collegian. Whitley Ellison placed seventh in the discus with a throw of 154 feet, 4 inches, an inch inch shy of her personal best. Samantha Little took ninth (147-2).Texas A&M men won the 400 and 800 collegiate relays and the women won the 400 relay.Fort Worth Dunbar grad Ashley Collier (11.15) of Texas A&M was second in the women’s college 100. A&M’s Ameer Webb won the men’s college 100.“We want that national championship,” Webb said. “We want to smash nationals.”Webb and teammates Michael Bryan, Prezel Hardy and Aldrich Bailey ran both of the winning relays. Their time of 38.64 seconds in the 400 was third-best in the world this year.Webb took the 100 in 10.14 seconds in a race that he had under control from the start.“After the relays, I just wanted to come out and put up a good time,” Webb said. “I didn’t expect to win like that. I'm proud of myself.”Texas A&M women tied the meet record in the 400 relay in 42.56 seconds, matching the mark the Aggies set in 2010.Louisiana State’s Kimberlyn Duncan defended her title in the women’s 100, coasting past the field with a wind-aided 11.06.Like Webb, Duncan’s specialty is the 200 meters. They both won NCAA indoors titles in that event earlier this month and moving outdoors had little effect.“I felt good,” said Duncan, who added she’ll start running the 200 next week. “I feel like I can win the 100, but there are girls out there who are going to push it. I’ll have to keep up with them. I’m ready to see what it looks like.”Indiana’s Derek Drouin won the men’s high jump with a height of 7 feet, 6 1/2 inches, topping a talented field that included four of the top six finishers at the NCAA indoor championships. Six jumpers cleared at least 7-3 Saturday.“I think that I jumped pretty well. I said coming in I would be happy with 7-6 and got a good clearance out of that,” Drouin said. “Hopefully even higher heights will come toward the end of the season.”Drouin won a bronze medal at the London Olympics last year for Canada. Two-time defending Texas Relays champion and Olympic silver medalist Erik Kynard of Kansas State faded to third behind Mississippi State’s Marcus Jackson.Drouin, Jackson and Kynard also finished 1-2-3 at the indoors championships.High schoolsSouthlake Carroll’s Connor Hendrickson (9:10.77) won the boys’ 3,200 and Burleson‘s Jessica Prickett was third and Kellee McCann of Justin Northwest fourth in the girls 3,200.Kennedale girls won the 4x200 Division I relay. Kennedale boys were second in the 4x400 Division I relay.