Sports Next Level is always offering fun things to do at their fantastic complex and this Fri & Sat, Oct 21st &22nd they are having their second annual BBQ Cook-off and more!

Get your cooking team signed up for their big BBQ Cook-off this Weekend. You're running out of time to get your team registered.The Cook-off is being held at the Sports Next Level Complex at 2838 College Hills Blvd on the corner of Millbrook and College Hills in San Angelo.

The BBQ Cook-off competition includes CASH PAYOUTS for Pork Ribs, Brisket and Chicken plus there is also a Kid's Q and a Jackpot Steak competition. They are also having a washer pitchin' tournament added for even more fun!

Below is a list of more details about the event:

Entry Fee:

$175-Without Jackpot Steak

$195-With Jackpot Steak

Friday Kids Que $25

Limit 1 Entry per household

3 Meats: Pork Ribs - Brisket - Chicken

**Cash Payout**

Washer Tournament directed by LONE STAR SHOOTERS


10:00am – grounds open


8:00 PM Steak Turn In

8:30pm – Kids Que


8:30am – Cook’s Meeting

12:30pm – Chicken Turn-in

2:00pm – Ribs Turn-in


3:30pm – Brisket Turn-in

4:30pm - Calcutta

6:00pm - Awards

For more information, to register your team, and for a complete list of all rules and more, click on and check out the events tab. For more information, call 325-277-0928.

Enter your team today and everyone is invited to come out and have a great time during the BBQ Cook-off!!

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