One day after the massacre at a school in Parkland, Florida, residents of the community honored the 17 victims, supported the survivors and tried to make sense of a tragedy that had no logic. Among the grieving were football players, who lost teammates, a popular assistant coach and the school’s athletic director. As the sun set, they formed a circle and locked hands with former players, praying for those who would never play again. They spoke of their dead coach, Aaron Feis, 37, who was also the school security guard and would greet students at the gate each morning, sitting in his golf cart with a thumbs-up and a smile. Tyler Goodman, 18, the quarterback, had seen the coach just before the shooting. “I love you, Coach,” Tyler recalls saying. It was Valentine’s Day, after all. “I love you, too, Bub,” Mr. Feis replied. “I’ll see you at 2:30.” @_saul.martinez took this photo of a vigil honoring the victims of the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School tonight. Among those who died: a teacher, a dancer and a trombonist. Visit the link in our profile to read more about them.