HS BBQ Comp in Lufkin TX 2-4-2023

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HS BBQ Comp in Lufkin TX 2-4-2023

Postby Hotch » Thu Jan 12, 2023 10:21 am

My Prosper High School BBQ team, Prosper Pitmasters, will be competing at the HSBBQ Hudson HS Regional in Lufkin TX on Saturday February 4th.
6735 Ted Trout Drive Lufkin TX 75904
If you are nearby come out and see these young people cook competition BBQ!
Turn ins:
Dessert 10:00am
Beans 11:00am
Chicken 12:00pm
Ribs 1:30pm
Brisket 300pm

Each team has a 20x20 roped off area to cook within.
No coaches, mentors or others are allowed to cross.
Top 10 will qualify for State Competiton in May at Dell Diamond in Round Rock TX
Come on out! :texas: :mrgreen:
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Re: HS BBQ Comp in Lufkin TX 2-4-2023

Postby Rambo » Thu Jan 12, 2023 11:49 am

I’m in Lufkin; I’ll try to make it out
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Re: HS BBQ Comp in Lufkin TX 2-4-2023

Postby GRailsback » Thu Jan 12, 2023 12:31 pm

Do these teams operate within the FFA program.
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Re: HS BBQ Comp in Lufkin TX 2-4-2023

Postby Hotch » Thu Jan 12, 2023 2:49 pm

Thanks, hope to see you there.

No, they do not. And it not part of the UIL or any other TEA program. It is a stand alone organization run by some of the best people.
Check it out:
https://texashsbbq.org/

But there are many teams from school FFA programs along with Ag, metal shop, culinary arts and simply schoolteachers with the passion of BBQ and supporting the kids who want to compete.
Proteins are provided by the regional host school at 6:00am on comp day by prior number draw.
The teams must provide the other food products for the comp.
For proteins the heat source must be charcoal or wood. No pellet cookers. No propane cookers.
Once the fire is lit, the kids must maintain it without any controllers, fan assist, or propane.
I must say I've have truly enjoyed doing this the past couple of years.
If interested reach out to your local high school and see if they would like to sign up and compete.
I believe there were 87 teams qualified for state last year.
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Re: HS BBQ Comp in Lufkin TX 2-4-2023

Postby OldUsedParts » Thu Jan 12, 2023 3:52 pm

Good to see this happening - - - God Bless and Continued Success :tup: :cheers: :chef: :salut: :texas:
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Re: HS BBQ Comp in Lufkin TX 2-4-2023

Postby GRailsback » Thu Jan 12, 2023 11:10 pm

Hotch wrote:Thanks, hope to see you there.

No, they do not. And it not part of the UIL or any other TEA program. It is a stand alone organization run by some of the best people.
Check it out:
https://texashsbbq.org/

But there are many teams from school FFA programs along with Ag, metal shop, culinary arts and simply schoolteachers with the passion of BBQ and supporting the kids who want to compete.
Proteins are provided by the regional host school at 6:00am on comp day by prior number draw.
The teams must provide the other food products for the comp.
For proteins the heat source must be charcoal or wood. No pellet cookers. No propane cookers.
Once the fire is lit, the kids must maintain it without any controllers, fan assist, or propane.
I must say I've have truly enjoyed doing this the past couple of years.
If interested reach out to your local high school and see if they would like to sign up and compete.
I believe there were 87 teams qualified for state last year.


God Bless you Sir. I knew there was a HS circuit going, but don’t know much else about it. I wonder if there is a list of schools that are already participating that a guy could look at. Myself I am starting to gear up for rodeo cookoff here.
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Re: HS BBQ Comp in Lufkin TX 2-4-2023

Postby Hotch » Fri Jan 13, 2023 6:10 am

These schools have already qualified for state: (Look at page 1 and 2)
https://texashsbbq.org/state-qualifiers

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Re: HS BBQ Comp in Lufkin TX 2-4-2023

Postby Hotch » Wed Jan 25, 2023 7:30 am

Looks like I won't be able to go to the comp in Lufkin.
My wife and I are just now getting over covid and will need to still isolate for 5 days once I test negative.
Good luck to all the teams competing!
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