Northeast has added former Live Oak football coach Barry “Tut” Musemeche and longtime Amite girls basketball coach Joe English to its coaching staff.

Musemeche was originally set to be a coordinator at East St. John this fall. He will be the offensive coordinator for the Class 2A Vikings. English, who had a string of playoff appearances at Amite, will be Northeast’s girls basketball coach and also will be an assistant football.

The addition of Musemeche is a reunion of sorts. Musemeche was an assistant to NHS coach David Masterson when Masterson was football coach at Tara in the 1990s.

Scotlandville seeks applicants

Scotlandville Principal Calvin Nicholas announced that defensive coordinator Sean Beauchamp is serving as interim head football coach after Eric Randall’s resignation Tuesday.

Nicholas also is accepting applications for the head football coach position for a few more days. He said applicants on staff and from outside the school are encouraged to apply.

Applicants should go to ebrschools.org to complete an application.

Signings, etc.

Former Live Oak infielder Lenni Kunert is now set to play at Northwestern State. An All-Metro and Class 5A All-State selection, Kunert was committed to LSU as an underclassman and originally signed with Wichita State.

Former Belaire point guard Timothy Johnson signed with Iowa-based William Penn University. Johnson was a two-year starter for the Bengals.

Davis, Landry giving back

Former LSU and University High star Glen “Big Baby” Davis of the Los Angeles Clippers and ex-Lutcher High and LSU standout Jarvis Landry are hosting key events next week.

Davis kicks off his Glen “Big Baby” Foundation’s annual “Booking it with Baby” Literacy Tour with a meet and greet set to begin at 11 a.m. Tuesday at Raising Canes’ Corporate Boulevard location. Davis will work the drive-thru window, will sign autographs and do interviews.

All 19 Baton Rouge area Raising Canes location will donate a portion of their Tuesday sales to Davis’ foundation, which supplies books to local libraries.

Landry is set to host the first Jarvis Landry GiveBack at Lutcher starting at 11 a.m. July 18.

The event is designed to help 50 disadvantaged youngsters ages 7 to 15 and is planned in conjunction with the Big Buddy program of Baton Rouge, a group Landry worked with while playing football at LSU.

The youngsters will be treated to lunch, listen to Landry speak and will be put through a series of football drills by the Lutcher coaching staff.

Each youngster will also receive school supplies.

Compiled by Robin Fambrough