Whatcott candlelight vigil

Wednesday , July 23, 2014 - 2:27 AM

  • Syracuse High School basketball jerseys honoring Daulton (#50) and Jaxon (#5) Whatcott are pictured Tuesday at a candlelight vigil held in their honor. The brothers were killed in a small engine plane crash near the Utah-Arizona on Sunday. (BEN LOCKHART/Standard-Examiner)
  • Friends are pictured holding their candles at a candlelight vigil held Tuesday in honor of Daulton and Jaxon Whatcott. The brothers were killed in a small engine plane crash near the Utah-Arizona on Sunday. (BEN LOCKHART/Standard-Examiner)
  • The second of two signed basketballs honoring Daulton and Jaxon Whatcott are pictured Tuesday at a candlelight vigil held in their honor. The brothers were killed in a small engine plane crash near the Utah-Arizona on Sunday. (BEN LOCKHART/Standard-Examiner)
  • Friends are seen honoring Daulton and Jaxon Whatcott at a candlelight vigil held Tuesday in their rememberance. The brothers were killed in a small engine plane crash near the Utah-Arizona on Sunday. (BEN LOCKHART/Standard-Examiner)
  • Friends are overheard sharing memories of Daulton and Jaxon Whatcott at a candlelight vigil held in their honor Tuesday. The brothers were killed in a small engine plane crash near the Utah-Arizona on Sunday.
  • Friends are pictured holding their candles at a candlelight vigil held Tuesday in honor of Daulton and Jaxon Whatcott. The brothers were killed in a small engine plane crash near the Utah-Arizona on Sunday. (BEN LOCKHART/Standard-Examiner)
  • Syracuse High School basketball jerseys and signed basketballs honoring Daulton (#50) and Jaxon (#5) Whatcott are pictured Tuesday at a candlelight vigil held in their honor. The brothers were killed in a small engine plane crash near the Utah-Arizona on Sunday. (BEN LOCKHART/Standard-Examiner)
  • A signed basketball honoring Daulton and Jaxon Whatcott are pictured Tuesday at a candlelight vigil held in their honor. The brothers were killed in a small engine plane crash near the Utah-Arizona on Sunday. (BEN LOCKHART/Standard-Examiner)
  • Syracuse High School basketball jerseys honoring Daulton (#50) and Jaxon (#5) Whatcott are pictured Tuesday at a candlelight vigil held in their honor. The brothers were killed in a small engine plane crash near the Utah-Arizona on Sunday. (BEN LOCKHART/Standard-Examiner)
  • Aubri Whatcott cries in the arms of her friend at a memorial held Monday evening for her two older brothers, Daulton, 19, and Jaxon, 16. (MORGAN BRIESMASTER/Standard-Examiner)
  • Friends and family gathered Monday evening to memorialize the death of Daulton Whatcott, 19, and Jaxon Whatcott, 16. (MORGAN BRIESMASTER/Standard-Examiner)
  • This SnapChat picture is the last picture the family has of their boys before they died. Daulton Whatcott, 19, and Jaxon Whatcott,15, was headed to Las Vegas for his younger brother’s competitive league basketball tournament. During the flight their airplane, flown out of Bountiful, crashed and burned in steep terrain on the Arizona strip on Sunday.
  • Daulton Whatcott, 19, and Jaxon Whatcott,15, was headed to Las Vegas for his younger brother’s competitive league basketball tournament. During the flight their airplane, flown out of Bountiful, crashed and burned in steep terrain on the Arizona strip on Sunday.
  • Daulton Whatcott, 19, seen here with his father Rhett Whatcott on Father's Day this June. Daulton was headed to Las Vegas for his younger brother’s competitive league basketball tournament. During the flight their airplane, flown out of Bountiful, crashed and burned in steep terrain on the Arizona strip on Sunday.
  • Daulton Whatcott (50) takes the ball down court as Mikey Jacobsen (24) tries to take it from him during a game on Wednesday, Nov. 28, 2012 at Woods Cross High School. Syracuse was winning 23-17 at the half.
  • Jaxon Whatcott,15, During the flight their airplane, flown out of Bountiful, crashed and burned in steep terrain on the Arizona strip on Sunday.
  • Picture of the Whatcott family. Daulton Whatcott, 19, and Jaxon Whatcott,15, was headed to Las Vegas for his younger brother’s competitive league basketball tournament. During the flight their airplane, flown out of Bountiful, crashed and burned in steep terrain on the Arizona strip on Sunday.
  • Aubri Whatcott cries in the arms of her friend at a memorial held Monday evening for her two older brothers, Daulton, 19, and Jaxon, 16. (MORGAN BRIESMASTER/Standard-Examiner)
  • Friends and family gathered Monday evening to memorialize the death of Daulton Whatcott, 19, and Jaxon Whatcott, 16. (MORGAN BRIESMASTER/Standard-Examiner)
  • Friends and family gathered Monday evening to memorialize the death of Daulton Whatcott, 19, and Jaxon Whatcott, 16. (MORGAN BRIESMASTER/Standard-Examiner)
  • Eileen and Rhett Whatcott walk behind their daughter, Aubri (right), before entering the memorial held Monday evening at the home of Jaxon's basketball coach. (MORGAN BRIESMASTER/Standard-Examiner)

A candlelight vigil was held Tuesday for Daulton and Jaxon Whatcott, two brothers killed in a small-engine plane crash Sunday near the Utah-Arizona border.

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