AURORA | A profile look at Rangeview junior Mareon Chapman who is on the roster of Team East for the 1 p.m. A-Town All-Star Boys Game on March 18, 2023, at Eaglecrest High School (purchase tickets, here):
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School: Rangeview High School
2022-23 averages: 11.3 points, 2.8 rebounds, 2.0 assists
Season highlights: Depleted by graduation and a slew of injuries, the Raiders went into the season with a vastly different look, yet still managed to go 11-13 and extend its streak of qualifying for the postseason to 14 straight seasons, despite a smaller playoff field in Class 6A (32 teams as opposed to 48). Chapman’s vast improvement — which saw him boost his scoring average by nearly 10 points from the previous season — was important to keep Rangeview competitive in its new home in the City League (formerly Denver Prep League). He knocked down 57 3-pointers on the season (third-most among all Aurora players) and he finished second on his team in points and scoring average, aided by 14 games of double-digit scoring. Chapman, who had a season-high 26 points in a win over Regis Groff, received 6A All-City League second team accolades. He is a first-time A-Town All-Star Game participant.
Chapman vs. Aurora teams: vs. Smoky Hill (21 points, 3 rebounds, 3 assists); vs. Regis Jesuit (14 points, 3 rebounds); vs. Grandview (3 points, 2 assists); vs. Vista PEAK (11 points, 4 rebounds); vs. Hinkley (23 points, 7 assists); vs. Aurora Central (13 points, 3 assists, 2 steals)