For the first time in a few years Aurora will not send anyone to the Division II state cross country meet in either boys or girls competition.On a rainy and dreary day Oct. 27 at Boardman High School, the Greenmen boys finished 16th out of 16 teams, while the girls placed 15th out of 16 in the regional meet.Sophomore Jill Sweress had the best individual finish, taking 34th place in girls action in 21:04.71, with Erica Aldrich also cracking the top 50 at 48th in 21:21.32.Rounding out the girls finishes were Annie Dankelson, 94th in 22:09.57; Liesel Schmader, 107th in 22:42.74; Daniel Lewandowski, 117th in 23:16.59; and Erin Sullivan, 121st in 23:45.93.Girls teams advancing to the state meet from this region are Beaumont, which won the regional title with 94 points, Cuyahoga Valley Christian Academy, Salem and Woodridge.Beaumont's Emily Infeld was the overall top female individual in 18:10.47.For Aurora's boys, sophomore Evan Jones led the way in 63rd place in 18:10.41, with Mark Korosec 75th in 18:21.41 and Matt Davis 85th in 18:28.95.Rounding out the field were Chris Denzinger, 102nd in 18:54.86; Michael Dankelson, 108th in 19:04.49; Josh Ohman, 112th in 19:11.4; and Eric Douglas, 126th in 19:55.22.Woodridge won the Division II boys title as Brian Himelright was the top individual runner in 16:07.82. Other state qualifiers were Walsh Jesuit, Field and Crestwood.Brandan McGee was Crestwood's to runner, finishing 21st in 17:16.17, with Ian Jones 31st in 17:36.23. Ben Mars led Field with a 22nd-place finish in 17:16.48.In Division I boys competition, North Canton Hoover, Lakewood, Louisville and Mentor qualified for the state meet, as did St. Thomas Aquinas, McDonald, Trinity and Maplewood in Division III.In Division I girls action, Magnificat, Jackson, St. Joseph and Hoover were the team qualifiers, as were Gilmour Academy, Berkshire, McDonald and Waterloo in Division III.