The Warriors have won three times since Lewis became head coach in 2009. Cooke says Lewis is failing to lead his high school teams and help the cub level teams grow. Harrison was forced to forfeit a game earlier this season for dressing an ineligible player.
"Many alums are saying, you know, enough is enough. You know, you have the keys to this multi-million dollar facility that was built last year. The knock on Harrison for years was we didn't have the facilities that other schools do. Well now we do. Now is the time for positive change. We want to start the discussion to hopefully have some positive change."
Cooke created the petition last Thursday. So far it has more than 50 signatures. He and his supporters will take the petition to the school board at the end of the season.
To read the petition, click here.