Midfieder Alex White (13 goals, 22 assists) and defender Evan Miles (six goals, four assists) each scored in the victory.
"[Alex], I thought he had a great state tournament,'' Dagostine said. "He plays with great pace and great energy. He has tremendous speed and quickness.
"Evan Miles is the kind of guy that every coach, when he's done playing, feels it was an honor to have coached him. He is a fearless competitor and has been a great leader.''
Miles and White are part of a core six players that lost two regular-season games in four seasons. Their final season ended with a 23-0-1 mark.
Thompson is joined at forward by Hunter White of Lewis County, who scored 28 goals (104 for his career) with 14 assists and six hat tricks, and Winfield junior Hunter Sheldon.
Along with Alex White, Huntington's Matt Miller, Woodrow Wilson's Luke Rodriguez, and Wheeling Park's Eric Bonar comprised the midfield.
"Eric is an outstanding midfielder with great passes, shot and dribbling,'' Wheeling Park coach Mario Julian said.
Huntington's Nathan DeMoss, Parkersburg's Tyler Broadwater and Greenbrier East's Jacob Baker are the defenders along with Miles.
Spring Valley's Jared Messer, who made 71 career starts in goal, had a senior campaign that saw him record nine shutouts with 118 saves. He also added four assists. George Washington junior Garrett Phillips is the other goalkeeper.
The second team consists of goalies Shane Thompson (University) and Chris Orwig (Buckhannon-Upshur); forwards Evan Eich (Nitro), Jameson McCarthy (Huntington) and Tristin Reid (Martinsburg); midfielders Garrett Warner (George Washington), captain Zach Wilcoxen (Parkersburg), Christopher Holland (Spring Valley) and Jacob Kemlock (Oak Hill); and defenders Matt Sumpter (Woodrow Wilson), Geoff Bevil (Nitro), Caleb Barnette (George Washington), and Grant Robertson (Wheeling Park).