Weber had coached the Bears for 17 seasons before stepping down this summer.
He led the Bears to five Burlington County League Freedom Division titles, two Burlco Patriot crowns, two South Jersey Group 2 championships, and a state Group 2 title in 1993.
Under Donoghue, who coached the football program for 11 years until stepping down in August 1991 to become athletic director at Hammonton, the Bears won four Burlco Freedom Division titles and three S. J. Group 2 championships.
"I like the coaching positions I've taken," said Miles, who will turn 40 in March. "It's a lot harder to build a program than it is to keep an already established program going.
"When Jimmy took over the football team, he basically started it from scratch. He had to build that team into a winner. All I had to do was keep it going. There was a base to work from.
"That's the same kind of position I'm getting into now. Coach Weber did a great job of building the program. That's going to make my job a lot easier."
Miles was an assistant under Donoghue for 10 seasons before getting promoted.
He had been an assistant to Weber for the last eight seasons.
"I love Delran," Miles said. "I teach at the school. I know the kids. I know the system. It's a great place to be."
If history is any indication, the Delran girls' basketball team will be in good hands with Miles.
The Bears football team went 7-2 in Miles' first season, then went 9-2 and won the S.J. Group 2 championship in 1992.
The Bears went 6-3 in 1993 and then 8-2 this fall, winning the Patriot Division and making the Group 2 playoffs.
"Coaching girls' basketball is about the same as coaching football in terms of teaching competitiveness," Miles said. "But the way you go about it is different.
"You have to challenge athletes, but you challenge football players differently than you do girls' basketball players. If you do it the wrong way with the girls, you can lose their respect. You don't want that to happen."
The Bears have all but one starter returning from last season's 18-3 team, which won the Burlington County League Patriot Division with a 7-1 mark.
Delran fell to Middle Township, 55-43, in the NJSIAA South Jersey Group 2 final last season and finished fourth in The Inquirer's final girls' basketball top 15.
"We have some younger kids that just have to step up and play," Miles said. "But I think we'll be all right."
Especially with Miles in charge.