Five things to know this Monday morning:
1.) Downey High's football game at Dominguez Friday night was stopped in the third quarter after the stadium lights kept going out.
Downey was leading 13-0 in the third quarter when the referees called the game. The CIF is expected to decide today whether to award Downey the win or rule the game a no contest.
2.) Vallarta Supermarkets is hiring for its Downey store at Imperial Highway and Paramount Boulevard.
On-the-spot interviews will take place Oct. 20-21 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Apollo Park gym.
3.) Stauffer Middle School's robotics team finished with a 7-2 record in their first tournament, good enough for third place and an invitation to the semi-finals.
"As an added bonus, they were awarded the Energy Award for their team efforts," said instructor Tri Tansopalucks. "A special shout-out to Zac Nishino for volunteering his expertise in mechanical engineering. And for Matt Anderson and Liz Blanco Anderson for running an excellent tournament. We earn the name of Mary Stauffer today!"
4.) Twelve of Warren High's choir students made the Southern CA Honor Choir.
Standing from left to right: Juan Orona, Sabrina Bravo, Anthony Barrientos, Genevieve Azor, Ruben Gutierrez, Samantha Henson, Angel Tamayo, Irving Marquez and Josh Cordova. Kneeling from left to right: Sophia Gomez, Sage Lee and Valerie Vallejo.
5.) L.A. County Supervisor has endorsed his senior deputy, Steve Napolitano, as his replace on the L.A. County Board of Supervisors.
“Now more than ever, we need someone who will continue our legacy of being fiscally responsible so that we can provide the programs and services that our 10 million residents demand,” said Knabe. “Steve shares these values and gets that you can’t spend what you don’t have. He will make the tough decisions so that we don’t put our financial burden on future generations.”
Congresswoman Janice Hahn, former Redondo Beach mayor Mike Gin and former Torrance mayor Frank Scotto also are running for the seat.