The Aurora boys swimming and diving team finished seventh with 114 points at the Northeast district meet Friday at Cleveland State University’s Busbey Natatorium.

Perennial state power Gates Mills Hawken easily won the 31-team competition with 429 points.

Hunting Valley University was the runner-up with 343.5 points and Chagrin Falls took third with 225 points.

The Greenmen set two school records in Cleveland. Jacob Good, Jon Hybil, Connor Zamary and Nate Meyer were part of the seventh-place 200-yard medley and 200 freestyle relay teams that swam school-record times of 1 minute, 41.72 seconds and 1:30.85, respectively.

There was even better news for those two talented relays teams: They have been invited to the state meet, which is scheduled to take place this Thursday and Friday at C.T. Branin Natatorium in Canton. The boys’ preliminaries are set to take place Thursday at 5 p.m. and the finals are scheduled for Friday at 5 p.m.

Other Aurora swimmers who competed are as follows:

• 50 freestyle: Adam Killian, 25th, personal-best 23.5; and Nate Meyer, 29th, 24.15;

• 100 freestyle: Jon Hybil, 15th, personal-best 50.71;

• 200 freestyle: Nate Meyer, 27th, 1:57.51;

• 500 freestyle: Max Bailey, 16th, personal-best 5:17.43;

• 100 backstroke: Jacob Good, 11th, personal-best 57.4;

• 100 breaststroke: Collin Sapochetti, 11th, personal-best 1:04.72; Hybil, 12th, personal-best 1:04.82; and Max Bailey, 20th, personal-best 1:06.44;

• 100 butterfly: Connor Zamary, ninth, personal-best 54.57; and Alex Bailey, 19th, personal-best 58.33;

• 200 individual medley: Zamary, 10th, personal-best 2:07.01; Good, 13th, 2:10.24; Alex Bailey, 19th, personal-best 2:14.65; and Sapochetti, 23rd, personal-best 2:19.4; and

• 400 freestyle relay: New, Sapochetti, Nate Ruehr and Drew Meyer, 14th, 3:35.8.