Team USA Learns to Expect the Unexpected

October 4, 2007 By: Marshall Cutchin

“’The map has changed,’ said Naranja in a puzzled voice, staring at the paper in his hand. ‘Yesterday this was an alternate beat and I thought, “Man, I’m glad I didn’t draw this one.” But here I am.’” That’s competitor Anthony Naranja, who also happens to be assistant coach of the current Team USA, commenting on his day one draw of a stillwater lake beat. Naranja is in second place, after Scott Robertson, going into day two. Dave Buchanan in the Grand Junction Sentinel.