Greenbrier West's Malik Boatwright, a two-way standout, was selected as a defensive back and was named captain of the defense. He was the first-team all-state defensive utility player last season.
The 5-4 Boatwright, also the Cavaliers' quarterback, had nine tackles in the state championship game against Madonna and had 65 on the season along with two interceptions, two fumble recoveries and three passes broken up.
He was joined on the all-state defense by his brother and teammate, Marquis Frazier. The 6-1, 191-pound junior had 11 tackles in the championship game and finished the season with 95 tackles, 22 sacks and 24.5 tackles for a loss.
"No doubt they were both a big part of our success this season," Greenbrier West coach Lewis McClung said. "Malik has been a playmaker for us the last two seasons. On offense and defense, he just continued to make plays when we needed him."
"It's an honor to be named, especially since I didn't get to finish the season last year," said Frazier, who broke an ankle in week eight last season. "We had a great run this season, we just came up a bit short in the final game."
Other first-team defensive linemen were Tyler Davis of St. Marys (84 tackles), Chris Vani of Bishop Donahue (19 sacks) and Colton Neal of Wahama.
Linebackers include Magnolia's Kage Rodge, a repeat first-team performer from last season, Wil Schoonover from Moorefield and Joe John from Wheeling Central.
Williamstown's Jake Tracewell, Madonna's Bowser and Wahama's Hunter Bradley join Boatwright at defensive back while Kane Roush of Wahama is the defensive utility player and Pocahontas County's Devin Rose is the punter.
Clay-Battelle'sTristan Haught (1,332 yards passing and 18 touchdowns) was named captain of the second-team offense and Madonna defensive lineman Matt Guio was named captain of the second-team defense.
Austin Cunningham is quarterback of the second team with Notre Dame's Santana Cava, Valley's Keyshawn Payne and Wheeling Central's C.J. Burch at running back.
Second-team offensive linemen are Fayetteville's Hunter Pullen, Clay-Battelle's Hunter Six, Williamstown's D.J. Kerns , Madonna's Garret Bever and Moorefield's Seth Stickley. Man's Trace Jones and East Hardy's Tyler Smith are the receivers with Trace Elder of Williamstown at kicker.
On defense, Corey Cox of Greenbrier West, Bradon Riggleman of Moorefield and Magnolia's Kyle Ritz join Gio on the second-team defensive line.
Linebackers are Doddridge County's Wyatt Ford, Tyler Consolidated's Jacob Hughley, Williamstown's Dakota Watson and St. Marys David Gray.
Defensive backs are Valley-Fayette's Rawshawn Breckenridge, Buffalo's Jordan Tucker and Austin Zirk of Tucker County.
Clay-Battelle's Tanner Bragg is the second-team utility player and Justin Joy of Wirt County is the punter.