Danielle Suppa was named Tuesday to replace Sylmar High girls' basketball Coach Chuck Miller, who resigned at the end of the season.
Suppa, 22, Miller's assistant last season, will take over a team that finished 21-3 and advanced to the second round of the City Section playoffs.
After only one season--the most successful in school history--Miller kept his promise to himself and resigned. He will remain with the softball team, which he has coached for seven seasons.
"When I took the job, I told them it was only a one-year deal," Miller said. "It takes up a lot of time and I'm a family man."
Longtime PGA Tour favorite Fuzzy Zoeller has accepted an invitation from tournament host Greg Norman to play in the Franklin Funds Shark Shootout next fall at the Sherwood Country Club in Thousand Oaks.
The popular tournament pits two-man teams against one another under a variety of formats. Ray Floyd and Steve Elkington are the defending champions.
The 71st Los Angeles City Women's Golf Championship is scheduled for May 10-12 at Rancho Park Golf Course in West L.A. Deadline to enter is April 28.
The California Flyers, a boys' 16-and-under soccer team that includes three sophomores from Westlake High, recently won the Dallas Cup at Highland Stadium in Dallas, Tex.
Casey Barber, Rosie Rocha and Chris Sawicki were members of the Flyers, who defeated Dallas, 3-0, for the title.
Samantha Rigley and Carly Funicello of Alemany, Michelle Giordano of Buena and Sarah Hagman of Crescenta Valley were named to the All-Southern Section girls' team selected by the Amateur Athletic Foundation of Los Angeles.
Giordano also is a member of the section's Division I team, along with Shawanda Hotchkiss of Channel Islands and Brandee Sayles of Antelope Valley. Second-team selections include Eboni Conley of Buena, Jackie Johnson of Quartz Hill, Sara Griffin of Simi Valley and LaCresha Clark of Hart.
Rigley, Funicello and Hagman are members of the Division II team, which also includes Ember Brown of Ventura and Summer Peterson of Rio Mesa. Second-team selections include Kelly McKay of Alemany and Shannon Sincock of Westlake.