"I've got to thank my brother (four-time state champion Nathan Kraisser) definitely. He's taught me so much about how you keep moving, keep wrestling, never stop, and just get in those funky positions, get height and try to come out on top," said Kraisser, whose father and coach Cliff won a state title for Centennial in 1983. "I saw the clock. He got in and I locked my hands. I said 'If I lock my hands I win the state title. If I don't let go I win.' ... I'm finally among those guys that won a state title. I won a lot in junior league, but that's nothing compared to high school."