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These Are The Victims Of The Stoneman Douglas High School Shooting

The victims of Wednesday's shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School were identified Thursday. These are their stories.
These Are The Victims Of The Stoneman Douglas High School Shooting

On Thursday, Police released the names of the people who died in Wednesday's shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. This is a bit about who they were.

Alyssa Alhadeff, 14

Alhadeff was a soccer player whose mom described her as "beautiful, smart, talented, successful, awesome soccer player."


Martin Duque Anguiano, 14

Duque was a freshman at Stoneman Douglas. His brother said on Instagram: "I love brother Martin you'll be missed buddy. I know you're in a better place."


Scott Beigel, 35

Beigel was a geography teacher. He was also a counselor at a summer camp in Pennsylvania. One of his students said he saved her life. 


Nicholas Dworet, 17

Dworet was a senior at the school. He was also a swimmer. He had just been recruited to swim for the University of Indianapolis. 


Aaron Feis, 37

Feis was the school's assistant football coach. He was killed shielding students from gunfire. A student said he put everyone before himself.


Jaime Guttenberg, 14

Guttenberg's father posted on Facebook and said, "My heart is broken. ... We lost our daughter and my son Jesse Guttenberg lost his sister."


Christopher Hixon, 49

Hixon was Stoneman Douglas' athletic director. He was reportedly killed trying to save students. Those who knew him say he had "a great sense of humor" and loved his family.


Luke Hoyer, 15

Hoyer was a basketball fan. His cousin said he was a happy, funny kid who "could make you smile."


Cara Loughran, 14

Loughran was a good student and loved the beach, according to her family. Her aunt said on Facebook, "While your thoughts are appreciated, I beg you to DO SOMETHING."


Gina Montalto, 14

Montalto was a member of the winter guard on Stoneman Douglas' marching band. Her mother said she was "smart, loving, caring and strong" and "brightened any room she entered."


Joaquin Oliver, 17

Friends say Oliver played basketball and loved to write poetry. He moved with his family from Venezuela when he was 3.


Alaina Petty, 14

Petty's family said she was "vibrant and determined" and that she was "loved by all who knew her." She was in the JROTC.


Meadow Pollack, 18

Pollack planned to attend Lynn University this fall. Her father said she was "a very strong-willed young girl who had everything going for her."


Helena Ramsay, 17

A post on Facebook said Ramsay was "a smart, kind hearted, and thoughtful person," and "her soft warm demeanor brought the best out in all who knew her."


Alexander Schachter, 14

Schachter often played basketball with his friends and played the trombone in the Stoneman Douglas marching band. His father called him "a sweetheart of a kid."


Carmen Schentrup, 16

Schentrup excelled at Stoneman Douglas. She was named a National Merit Scholarship semifinalist in September. Her friends sent several messages on social media to remember her.


Peter Wang, 15

Wang was in the Stoneman Douglas ROTC program. His cousin told the Miami Herald he held a door open so other students could escape. His friend called him "funny, nice and a great friend."


Additional reporting from Newsy affiliate CNN.

Correction: This story previously misspelled Jaime Guttenberg's name as "Jamie".