Sunday, July 9, 2006
Sunday's GlobeWest sports notebook touches on a big change in the Wellesley High athletic department. The school's athletic director, Andy Levin, has stepped down and will return to teaching. He'll also serve as an assistant football coach.
Levin is one of the most distinguished high school football coaches in Boston's western suburbs. A look at his resume:
* 18 years as Wellesley's head coach
* Four Super Bowl appearances
* Three Super Bowl wins
* Snapped Natick's 38-game winning streak in 1985
With Levin stepping away from the AD post, Natick High baseball coach John Brown has been hired as his replacement.
-- Mike Reiss