Marisa and Camryn Warren take multi-sport talents international (Jonah Bronstein, Buffalo News)
Twin sisters Marisa and Camryn Warren collected 34 varsity letters teaming together in six sports over the last six years.
Recent graduates of the Nichols School, the Warren twins plan to study pre-medicine at Canisius College but are not joining any of the Golden Griffins' athletics teams.
For now, they are focused on playing a new game at the international level.
Read more at Buffalonews.com.
Warren twins to represent WNY as members of the U.S. Youth Futsal National Team (Jenna Callari, WKBW)
BUFFALO, N.Y. (WKBW) — It's a sport you've probably never heard of.
Futsal is a sport popular among South American countries and is described as an indoor-like soccer game with some basketball components. Here in the United States, there's a select few who've excelled in the sport and that includes 17-year-old twins Camryn and Marisa Warren. The recent Nichols School graduates were standout athletes in high school and played soccer, basketball, and lacrosse among others. Using skills from all of those sports, they gave futsal a try.
Read more and watch Jenna Callari's segment on WKBW.com.
Williamsville twins to compete on youth futsal national team (Amherst Bee)
Williamsville twin sisters Marisa Taylor Warren and Camryn Reilly Warren have become the first Western New York Futsal players to be selected to the U.S. Youth Futsal National Team.
Both will represent the USA in three international matches in Buenos Aires, Argentina starting Wednesday and running through Thursday, Aug. 1.
Futsal is the international form of indoor soccer approved by the Fédération Internationale de Football Association, and is played in all continents of the world by over 100 countries with 12 million players, according to the U.S. Futsal website.
Read more at Amherstbee.com.