Peebles grad averaging 15.4 though five games –
By Mark Carpenter –
After transferring from West Liberty University, 2015 Peebles High school graduate Beau Justice has made himself comfortably at home in the lineup of the Valdosta State Blazers. Fans of the Blazers are familiar with the “Justice” name, as Beau’s brother Blake recently completed his career at VSU and is now working with the men’s basketball program as a graduate assistant coach, where he gets the chance to work with his younger brother.
Through five games with the 4-1 Blazers, Beau is the team’s second leading scorer, averaging 15.4 points a game in an average of 32.6 minutes of action per contest. He is shooting 41% from beyond the three-point line and 75% from the free throw line. Justice’s two high games are a 26-point effort on Nov. 21 vs. Southeastern (FL), followed up by a 31-point game on Nov. 26 against Lynn.
The Blazers were in action again on Dec. 1 vs. Armstrong Atlantic and their games and scores can be followed online at http://www.vstateblazers.com.