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One-half of the final in NNSL Media’s Greatest Of All Time is now set and it’s the 16th seeds that occupy that slot.

The 2020 mixed curling outfit of Jamie Koe, Kerry Galusha, David Aho and Megan Koehler will compete for the title after taking down the 2018-2019 line-up of Team Galusha in the semifinals. The mixed squad had four times as many votes on their way to victory.

The 2020 mixed curling squad of Jamie Koe, left, Kerry Galusha, David Aho and Megan Koehler have defied the odds of being the 16 th seed in NNSL Media’s Greatest Of All Time competition to advance to the final. They defeated the 2018-2019 Team Galusha line-up in their semifinal match-up.
Valerie Simard/Curling Canada photo

Koe and company started off by defeating the top-seeded 2014 NWT Rebels women’s broomball squad in round one and knocked off the darts duo of Elvis Beaudoin and Keith Way in round two before overcoming Team Galusha.

They will now await the winner of the second semifinal between the 2016 Yellowknife Coyotes broomball team and the 2013-2014 Yellowknife Wolfpack peewee development hockey team. That match-up will go this coming Monday, July 6, with voting beginning at 9 a.m. This match-up ensures it will be curling vs. either broomball or hockey.

You have until 11:59 p.m. the following day to cast your vote. You vote by either liking, sharing or commenting on the post of your choice at our Facebook page. As a reminder, you are also allowed to send in your votes by e-mail as well to sports@nnsl.com.

No matter your method, you can only vote once. If you vote on Facebook, you can only like, share or comment. If you do all three, only your like will be counted. If you vote on Facebook and e-mail later on, only your Facebook vote will be counted.

Once the final two teams are confirmed, the grand final will happen on July 13 with the winners being announced on July 15.

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James McCarthy

After being a nomad around North America following my semi-debauched post-secondary days, I put down my roots in Yellowknife in 2006. I’ve been keeping this sports seat warm with NNSL for the better...

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