Joining Rogalski at wide receiver is East Hardy's Josh Parker, who caught 53 balls for 1,287 yards.
Wheeling Central junior C.J. Burch was selected as the offensive utility player. Thrust into the role of Maroon Knights quarterback because of a preseason injury to starter Parker Henry, Burch carried the ball 251 times for 1,637 yards and 21 TDs and threw for 763 yards and nine more scores.
Providing all-state protection up front are Wahama's Zack Killingsworth, Clay-Battelle's Tyler Menas, St. Marys' Alan Pratt, Wirt County's Scott Lowe and Greenbrier West's Zack Johnson.
Williamstown's Garrett Butler, last week named an all-stater in soccer, is the first-team kicker. He was 33 of 34 on extra-point attempts and converted six field goals, including a school-record 50-yarder.
The defense is captained by Wahama's Zack Wamsley. He made 91 tackles and 4 1/2 sacks and picked off a pair of passes from his linebacker spot. His field goal against Magnolia sent his team to the title game.
"He's been our leading tackler for three years," Wahama coach Ed Cromley said. "He's held our defense together. He's been a great leader."
The other linebackers are Magnolia's Kage Rohde (93 1/2 tackles), St. Marys' Derek Barnhart (75 1/2) and Tucker County's Mike Adkins (137). Wheeling Central's Braxton Nolte, a repeat selection, and Madonna's Nate Guio help make up a defensive line that also includes Tug Valley's Isaac Parsley.
Nolte made 97 stops for Central, while Guio had 66 tackles. Parsley registered 93 stops and had seven sacks for the Panthers.
Tyler Consolidated's Hunter LeMasters rode 99 1/2 tackles to a first-team defensive back spot. Joining him are Buffalo's Levi Jordan, Tucker County's Derek Nestor and Doddridge County's Daniel Plaugher. Jordan helped anchor a defensive unit that allowed an average of 76 passing yards per game.
Greenbrier West's Malik Boatwright is the defensive utility player. He made 45 tackles, averaged 22 yards per punt return, nearly 30 yards per kickoff return and rushed for 1,650 yards and 18 touchdowns.
Midland Trail's Jake Grimmett is the punter. He averaged 40.4 yards per boot, including a long of 60 yards.