59 robinson LLC

2 east main street
patchogue, new york 11772

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ACTIVE

NYS Filing Date
OCTOBER 09, 2014

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4648911

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SUFFOLK

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NEW YORK

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NONE

NYS Entity Type
DOMESTIC LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY

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2014 - 59 ROBINSON LLC









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    Lincoln’s Amaechi wins state shot put titleLike she’d done throughout her track and field career, she took a deep breath and uttered these three words:The Lincoln senior was just that, capping a historic high school track and field career Saturday with a lifetime shot put best of 47 feet, 5¼ inches to win in the 99th CIF State Championships before more than 11,000 fans at Buchanan High School.Robinson-Jones, a junior, also finished second in the 400 (53.24) and ran on the fourth-place 400 relay team (46.94).Four others won gold medals from the area, including St. Mary’s-Berkeley senior Sanjay Kettels, who won the long jump at 24-3¾.Kettles’ performance personified a gritty and clutch day for Bay Area champions, including California-San Ramon junior Allysa Brewer (800 meters), Heritage-Brentwood junior Jett Charvet (800) and Pittsburg senior Iffy Joyner (discus).Brewer, the defending champion, took it out fast from the start to win in 2:07.07, holding off Del Oro-Loomis junior Cathilyn McIntosh (2:07.62) and Etiwanda senior Jacquelyn Hill (2:08.29).[...] down the stretch, the experienced and determined runner stayed strong and crossed first.Charvet was something of an afterthought heading into the finals, the North Coast Section runner-up, but he pulled away with 300 meters to go and fought off a big kick from Bellarmine junior Alex Scales to win in 1:51.07.The meet featured numerous record-breaking performances, headlined by Agoura senior Tara Davis, who ran the fastest 100 hurdles race under any conditions, a wind-aided 12.83 seconds.Upland senior Joseph Anderson also broke the state-meet record in the 110 hurdles (13.33) and backed it up with the nation’s top 300 hurdles time of year in 36.02.Vista Murrieta senior Javelin Guidry ran the fastest 100 ever by a California prep, crossing in 10.13 seconds to breeze past Sierra Canyon junior Daniel Kamulali.El Cerrito senior and Oregon-bound hurdler Kaylah Robinson came off the track with tears in her eyes, even though she ran a scintillating 12.98 time in the 100 hurdles, the second fastest time ever under any conditions.San Luis Obispo senior Callum Solger (8:53.91) and 1,600 winner Luis Grijaiva (8:54.65) outsprinted Teare during a torrid final lap.MaxPreps senior writer Mitch Stephens covers high school sports for The Chronicle.First place:Pamela Amaechi (Lincoln, SP, 47-5¼), Bishop O’Dowd girls (1,600 relay, 3:46.33), Alyssa Brewer (California, 800, 2:07.07), Jett Charvet (Heritage, 800, 1:51.07), Iffy Joyner (Pittsburg, discus, 203-8), Sanjay Kettels (St. Mary’s, long jump, 24-3¾).Amaechi (Lincoln, discus, 177-0), Kali Hatcher (St. Mary’s, triple jump, 41-1¼), Kaylah Robinson (El Cerrito, 100 hurdles, 12.98), Tierra Robinson-Jones (Bishop O’Dowd, 400, 53.24), Alex Scales (Bellarmine, 800, 1:51.56).Liam Anderson (Redwood, 1,600, 4:11.74), Bishop O’Dowd girls (400 relay, 46.94), Rylee Bowen (Sonoma Academy, 1,600, 4:53.92), Jeffrey Williams (Clayton Valley, discus, 193-5).Carondelet girls (400 relay, 46.94), Malcolm Clemons (St. Mary’s, 46-8¾); Dayton Hicks (Clayton Valley, high jump, 6-5), Thomas Johnstone (Los Gatos, pole vault, 15-4), Joyner (Pittsburg, shot put, 59-9); Alexis Surrell (Newark Memorial, 400, 54.23).Kirsten Carter (Santa Rosa, 100, 11.87), Hall (James Logan, discus, 150-3), Hatcher (St. Mary’s, 18-11¼), Maria Carrillo boys (1,600 relay, 3:17.65), St. Mary’s girls (1,600 relay, 3:50.48).

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