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Reflexive and Intensive Pronouns

Does the sentence contain a reflexive or intensive pronoun?
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Have you found yourself going a little crazy during a sporting event? (Reflexive or Intensive?)
reflexive
I myself went wild when the U.S. women's soccer team won the World Cup in 1999. (Reflexive or Intensive?)
intensive
More than 90,000 fans in the Rose Bowl cheered themselves into a frenzy. (Reflexive or Intensive?)
reflexive
President Clinton was there to see the thrilling triumph himself. (Reflexive or Intensive?)
intensive
The game itself was long and grueling:120 minutes of play without a score. (Reflexive or Intensive?)
intensive
Then both teams-- the United States and China-- found themselves playing in sudden-death overtime and facing a final shootout. (Reflexive or Intensive?)
reflexive
Brandi Chastain scored the winning penalty kick herself. (Reflexive or Intensive?)
intensive
The 1999 event didn't mark the first time that the young women proved themselves champions. (Reflexive or Intensive?)
reflexive
The team had set a high standard for itself by winning the World Cup in 1991 and an Oympic Gold in 1996. (Reflexive or Intensive?)
reflexive
The puppy saw itself in the mirror.
reflexive
The queen herself gave the knight the award. The queen gave the knight the award herself.
intensive
I found the treasure box myself.
intensive
The principal himself is walking in to talk with us today.
intensive