The Rolla soccer team had three players add to their list of postseason honors this week, as the All-State teams have been released for Class 3.

Jarret Gabriele earned first team honors for Rolla after a spectacular senior season. He scored 36 goals and dished out 13 assists on the season. The first team honors for All-State is one of many honors the Bulldog captain earned this season, as he was also named Co-Offensive Player of the Year in the Southwest/Central Region and was the Player of the Year in their District.

Gabe Stanislawski earned second team All-State honors for the Bulldogs after an excellent junior season. He scored 12 goals to go along with 11 assists on the year in the middle of the field for Rolla.

Rounding out the postseason honors for the Rolla soccer team is Rhys Proffitt, who earned an honorable mention spot on the All-State team for the Bulldogs. Proffitt didn't have many stats on the season as a defender, but he did lead the Rolla defense to 10 shutouts on the season.

“All three had good seasons for us, were good leaders for us,” said head coach Mike Howard. “Jarret had a great four seasons of varsity soccer and he is deserving of first team All-State. As I have said before Rhys was our best leader on the field, really brought the team along with him especially with such a new backline. Gabe is a real soccer junkie, his future should be bright."