"(On Oct. 4) they took it to us," said Klassner, who's fast approaching 600 career wins. "We made a lot of position changes. Really, we had scouted them quite a bit so we knew who their top players were. We knew we'd have to play one of our best games to beat them.
"Every game we've played with them in states has been just an amazing game, and (this) was an example."
"They came at us very prepared and ready to go this time," said Keiser, who has 542 career wins. "We were a little tentative (in the second half), weren't able to do the things that we normally do because they were marking man-to-man so close and we weren't used to that style of play.
"What can I say? I wish them luck."