"You see kids, they lose and throw their headgear, they sit and pout, first thoughts through his mind, are to congratulate Mitchell, congratulate the coach and shake the dad's hand so that was fantastic," Prokosch said. "For a sophomore in high school he can see a lot of the big picture which is pretty rare nowadays."
Stewart said he knows he will face McKee again, and is focused on his goal of winning two state titles.
"When you go out there, you want to win, but if you don't win, you have got to be a good sport and you be polite. That's the biggest part," Stewart said.