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Bouquets of flowers sit on a fence next to Marysville Pilchuck High School the morning after a deadly shooting at the school. (Mark Harrison / The Seattle Times)

The girl killed in Friday shooting at Marysville Pilchuck High Schoolwas Zoe Galasso, according to a family friend who said he been in touch with Zoe mother about a fundraising website in her honor.

Theyhad surgery Friday after being shot in the head, and both remained in critical condition in intensive care on Saturday, according toDr. Joanne Roberts, chief medical officer for Providence Regional Medical Center in Everett. wholesale nfl jerseys She said both girls had extensive surgery.

next three days are going to be crucial, Roberts said. young people are being monitored moment by moment. We won’t know a whole lot more for the next two or three days. They have a nurse at their bedsides constantly, she said.

Roberts read a brief statement from Soriano family. family is in shock, it said. appreciate your thoughts and prayers cheap jerseys during this tragedy. Our hearts go out to the other victims and their families. Please allow us our privacy as we deal with this tragedy. said she has spent time with both families. “We’ve seen tears. We’ve seen anger. We’ve seen just grieving,” she said.

Two of the girls have been longtime friends, said Lukas Thorington, 14, who grew up with Zoe and wholesale nhl jerseys china Shaylee.

Thorington is a freshman at Marysville other public high school, Marysville Getchell, but Zoe, Shaylee and victim Nate Hatch were classmates of his in earlier grades.

He described the teenagers as ordinary, popular kids.

was very outgoing, Thorington said. was into sports. She was nice and awesome. She was fun to hang out with. first heard about the shooting while at school Friday. Since then, his mind has been on his friends.

year, in eighth grade, there was a students versus staff basketball game, he said, recalling that Zoe and Shaylee were both on the girls basketball team at Totem Middle School. were all playing basketball that day against the teachers. We won and we were all happy and celebrating. called Shaylee sociable and kind. She helped other kids with their problems, he said. The two girls were tight with Nate, a talkative football player and wrestler with a sense of humor.

he really funny, Thorington said. was kind of shocking to me when heard because they were all friends. I don know what happened.

was just like, going to do something. I just can do nothing,’ said Williams, of Lake Stevens. goal is just to alleviate any of the hardships that might come.

“Even though I wasn’t close with any of them, they still deserve respect and their families deserve it,” said Karalyn Demarest, 17, a senior at the school.

She and her mother, Naomi Demarest, brought a bouquet of roses Naomi recently received from her husband, a fisherman who is away. “I think they’re needed more here,” she said.

Karalyn was in a classroom near the cafeteria Friday and did not hear the shots, but heard screaming.

“I heard people say ‘He has a gun! He has a gun!’ so I went and hid in a classroom,” she said. She texted her mother to tell her what was happening.

Renee Cole of Marysville graduated from the school in 1993 and was in school with the father of Nate Hatch, one of the victims.

“This is just devastating. I could never imagine something like this happening,” she said.

She said she brought flowers “because they are the universal symbol of life and of hope.”

Investigators earlier Saturday said they had interviewed more than 100 witnesses and recovered a .40 caliber handgun as they investigate the shooting, in which a freshman student, identified by classmates Friday as Jaylen Fryberg,shot five classmates before killing himself.

The motive for the shooting is still under investigation. The gun is believed to have been the one used in the attack; CNN reported itis registered to Fryberg father.

The two boys remain hospitalized at Harborview Medical Center in Seattle. Nate Hatch, 14,wasin critical condition Saturday morningwith a woundto the head. Andrew Fryberg, 15,was in serious condition after being shot in the jaw.

Two cheap wholesale jerseys other students were treated at the high school for minor wounds, the sheriff office said.

Detectives confirmed that a cafeteria worker attempted to stop the shooter, but additional details weren immediately released.

Randy Davis, president of the Marysville Education Association, said school district officials have told him that first year social studies teacher Megan Silberberger was involved in trying to stop the shooting.Articles Connexes: