Christopher Legg, 9, a student at the devastated Plaza Towers Elementary School, was described by his family as someone who never met a stranger. He played football, baseball and basketball and "loved to roughhouse and wrestle" with his father, older brother and little sister, his family said in a statement/ Credit/ Brian Trumbly
Janae Hornsby, 9, was killed when the Oklahoma tornado ripped apart Plaza Towers Elementary School / Credit: CBS
Sydnee Vargya, 7 months & Karrina Vargya, 4 / Credit: Personal/Facebook
Kyle Davis, 8, a student at Plaza Towers Elementary School, had the nickname "The Wall" because because of the ferocity with which he played his favorite sport - soccer. "He was just the kindest, most giving kid you would ever meet. He had a grin from ear to ear," his grandfather Marvin Dixon said.
Antonia Candelaria, 9
Associated Press Release
By: SEAN MURPHY and RAMIT PLUSHNICK-MASTI
MOORE, Okla. (AP) -- The young victims of this week's tornado in Oklahoma are each being remembered in a special way -- for their soccer skills, their enthusiasm and their ability to light up a room.
Ten children were among the 24 victims of Monday's twister at Moore. Seven died while huddling within one of the city's elementary schools.
Sydney Angle had finally been named the MVP of a softball tournament this month and her teammates collected money for her family Wednesday. Sydney's sister made it out of the school, but the family home lost their home.
Kyle Davis was called "The Wall" for the way he played soccer, and JaNae Hornsby was called the life of the party.