Monday morning report, Nov. 16

Five things to know this Monday morning: 

1.) Warren High's football season came to an unexpected and premature end Friday, with the Bears falling to St. Francis, 21-19.

Warren scored a touchdown with one minute to play to come within two points, but the resulting on-side kick was unsuccessful. 

Here's a recap from the Press-Telegram


2.) Downey High had no such trouble in the opening round of the playoffs, cruising past Whittier, 35-7.

There are some cool Vine videos and photos from the game on Twitter


3.) Rockview Dairy has reached a deal to lease more than 19 million gallons of water from South Gate. 

Rockview operates a refrigerated storage center in South Gate, reports the Herald-American


4.) A car slammed into the side of the Moravian Church of Downey over the weekend. There was major damage but no injuries. 

"In light of recent events in Paris however, we are grateful that only the building was damaged," church officials said. "Buildings can be repaired, lost and shattered lives are so much harder."


5.) Carrie Uva of Prudential 24 Hour Real Estate was installed as president of the Downey Association of Realtors last week. 

Here's a nice photo gallery of the installation ceremony.