The Centennial girls and boys each won their Section 7AAA opener at home Tuesday evening, setting up another home double-header Thursday for the semifinals.

The No. 1 seeded Cougars girls beat Cambridge-Isanti 11-0, getting goals from Brooklyn Bordson (three), Tatum Trettel (two), Lauren Ahles, McKenna Monson, Sarah Strating and Addison Van Zee. Ahles and Trettel each made three assists. Cambridge-Isanti finished 0-10-3.

The No. 2 seeded Cougar boys got past Forest Lake 3-0, with goals by Alvaro Galopa, Cal Babiash and Aiden Dockendorf. Forest Lake finished 1-16.

On Thursday, the Cougar girls (15-1) face Duluth East (10-6-1) at 5 p.m., followed by the Cougar boys (10-4-1) vs. Coon Rapids (8-7) at 7 p.m.

The other girls semifinal will be No. 2 Andover vs. Blaine. The other boys semifinal will be No. 1 Duluth East vs. Andover. The finals will be held Tuesday at high seeds.

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