The two basketball stalwarts split the big awards in the annual All-Division 1-4A team.
Raheem Sorrell earned Offensive Player of the Year honors, while Jose Contreras took home Defensive Player of the Year following the annual post-season meeting of coaches.
Shannon’s Cedric Brim was tabbed Coach of the Year, while guard Rocquis Coleman was named the six-team league’s Most Valuable Player.
The Red Raiders have claimed two of the three regular-season titles since Corinth rejoined 1-4A for the first time since 1995-96. Corinth -- which finished second in the state in 2011, 2012 and 2013 -- the latter two in 4A, has won the last two Division Tournament crowns.
Sorrell averaged 12 points and six rebounds as Corinth finished the season 23-6. He set two career milestones, finishing with 1,226 points in 109 contests.
Contreras had over 52 steals and led the squad in drawn charges once again. He also cracked the 100-game plateau for his career, finishing in the Top 10 all-time at Corinth High School.
Kendall Stafford and Desmin Harris joined their two teammates on the 10-deep first team. The pair were among four CHS players to average double figures on a well-balanced scoring squad.
Harris led the team in 3-point field goals (59), steals (2.3) and free-throw percentage. He also joined the 100 game club and just finished short of tallying 1,000 points in his career.
Coach of the Year: Cedric Brim, Shannon
Most Valuable Player: Rocquis Coleman, Shannon
Offensive Player of the Year: Raheem Sorrell, Corinth
Defensive Player of the Year: Jose Contreras, Corinth
Sean Watkins -- Shannon
Xavier Jones -- Shannon
Kendall Stafford -- Corinth
Raheem Sorrell -- Corinth
Desmin Harris -- Corinth
Jose Contreras -- Corinth
Ty Jones -- Pontotoc
Kaleb Barnes -- Pontotoc
Blake Hawkins -- Tishomingo Co.
Andrew McDonald -- Itawamba AHS
Honorable Mention: Jalen Brim, Shannon; Anthony Kennedy, Itawamba AHS; Fred Garth, Amory; Anthony Townsend, Pontotoc; Delvin Zinn, Pontotoc