Adam Levitt, who helped guide Cleveland High's boys' basketball team to consecutive West Valley League championships, resigned Thursday, saying he no longer had the support of the administration.
Andre Chevalier, a dean at the school and former Cleveland coach, was selected to replace Levitt. Chevalier was an assistant coach at Cal State Northridge the last two years until resigning to pursue a master's degree.
"Right now, it's for the rest of the season," Chevalier said. "We'll see about next year. I didn't know this was going to happen."
Cleveland, once considered the Valley's top City Section program, has slumped to a 1-14 record this season. Levitt said he was receiving no support from Principal Al Weiner despite his successes the last two seasons.