Cabell Midland, Huntington, Logan, Point Pleasant, Spring Valley, St. Albans and Lincoln County have also won state titles out of the ultra-competitive region, which claims 19 big-school championships since the state tournament began in 1981.
"It's been great just to be a part of this team," Rogers said. "I know that since we're all mostly sophomores, we can do big things in the these next two years."
Hurricane coach Josh Caldwell said Rogers was the worthy beneficiary of a team-first concept that led to the program's overall success.
"That's always going to be the case when you have a good team. You're going to have players honored for their individual efforts to the team's success," Caldwell said. "Courtney obviously stood out and she's very deserving of the award.
"She's been a big piece to our success. Being one of two pitchers, she's been a big part. I've always said you've got to have good pitching to win. On offense she was huge piece because she was our best hitter this year in what was really a good-hitting lineup."
Rogers split pitching duties with sophomore Emily Davis, a second-team all-state selection who finished the year with an 11-3 record and batted .385. While Rogers had the highest batting average on the team, there were six starters who hit better than .400, including senior all-state catcher Linzie Reynolds and junior all-state outfielder Addie Fullen.
"Without this team, I probably wouldn't have been chosen," Rogers said. "They have been a huge factor in me playing my best."
Through two seasons Rogers has a career batting average of .477 with 17 homers, 28 doubles and 96 RBI. She has a 31-5 pitching record with 181 strikeouts.