LA CA FLINTRIDGE While visible in a few brief flashes, the full force of the Flintridge Prep girls' basketball team's offense just couldn't break through the tall trees of Paso Robles. Despite weathering long stretches without scoring, the host Rebels rallied to trail by just four at halftime and got within five points with just over three minutes left in Thursday night's CIF Southern Section Division 4 AA opener. But their scoring surges proved hard to sustain in the face of the Bearcats' size advantage and, in the end, Prep could get no closer than the 42 32 final score. "We are so out heighted by them at pretty much every position and we're such a three point shooting team that we need that space to get those shots off," Prep Coach Todd Frost said. "Give them credit, they knew that's what we wanted to do and they really wanted to come out and make sure we didn't get those open looks. "When we were penetrating and kicking it out, that's when we got the open looks and that's when the shots were falling, but we didn't do that consistently enough." After trailing by as many 14 points early in the fourth quarter, Prep went on a 9 0 run fueled entirely by three pointers. Mya Okamoto, who led the Rebels with 12 points, sparked the run with a deep ball at the 5:45 mark and Katherine Bogaard hit from long range 45 seconds later to bring the Rebels within eight. With 3:10 left to play, Okamoto drove the lane and found Kimberly Kim open on the perimeter to bring Prep within five at 33 28, as close as it had been since it trailed, 17 13, at halftime. But Paso Robles' height came into play once again, as the Bearcats' next two baskets were on putbacks in the paint. With the lead back up to nine, Prep went to its full court press, which was broken for two easy game clinching layups by Molly Donovan, who led Paso Robles with 24 points and 15 rebounds. "We had some opportunities, we got some shots and they were able to get a couple of layups down there late and just kind of separate that gap," Frost said. "It just didn't happen." "We hardly got any offensive boards on our end. When they got offensive boards, they put it right back up." Prep didn't score its first point until the 7:20 mark of the second quarter, on a free throw by Kristin Shum, and its first field goal didn't come until the 4:20 mark of the second period. But despite the Rebels' disastrous start, the Bearcats hadn't been able to completely run away with the game, leading, 16 3, three and a half minutes before the half. Sparked by a Kim three pointer, an Okamoto steal and pull up three and a jumper by Bogaard, the Rebels mounted a 10 1 run to close out the half. "I'm not sure a lot of people thought at the beginning of the year that we would be here," Frost said. 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The South African will be defending the three titles won four years ago at the Beijing Paralympics, just weeks after becoming the first amputee sprinter to compete at the Olympics. "I am incredibly excited to be back in London," said Pistorius, who raced in the 400 meters and 4x400 relay earlier this month in the 80,000 seat Olympic Stadium. "It was an incredible experience to compete at the Olympic Games and the reception from the crowd I will remember for the rest of my life." The 25 year old Pistorius had to contend with battles on and off the track to become the poster boy of the Paralympics, where he will be competing over 100, 200 and 400. "He is massive," London organizing committee chairman Sebastian Coe said. "In Trafalgar Square this time last year for International Paralympic Day, (there was) a queue of kids who were screaming his name out and wanting autographs." But Coe stressed that the medals "are not nailed on for him" at the Paralympics. "Sport is at its best when you have head to heads," he added. The thrilling duel should come in the 100, with Pistorius no longer the fastest man on no legs. The "Blade Runner" experienced his first defeat in Paralympic competition in seven years when Jerome Singleton of the United States beat him by 0.002 seconds to win the 100 world title last year, while Jonnie Peacock of Britain has the world record. "The 100m will be the most competitive 100m race I believe we will have ever seen at the games," Pistorius said. "I am very well aware of the competition that's out there and I've never been one to be too self assured or too brash," he added. "I'm comfortable with where I am, as far as my speed work goes on the 100m but I'm very well aware that the other guys are posting quick times." Enid attorney is accused of fraud in fee dispute involving former Oklahoma insurance commissionerSocial justice groups join together to condemn Oklahoma lawmaker's anti Muslim comments. 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Reinstated senior guard and leading scorer Jordan Watson led the Cougars (22 6) with 16 points, but was 7 of 22 from the field. The rest of the team was a combined 11 for 36."We expected it," Marshall coach Darnell Hoskins said of the Irish zone."It's hard to match up with us man to man because we're extremely fast. If you play us man, chances are, you're going to be on the losing end, and they recognized that."
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