The Winning Across California Continues With Seven Big Winners!
SACRAMENTO – Wow! What a week across our lucky state. Seven lucky California Lottery players won big this week including two who picked up $1,000,000 prizes. Here’s a list of those lucky winners:
• Thomas Horst won $1,035,737 on a POWERBALL® ticket that matched five of six winning numbers and was purchased at Primm Valley Lotto Store, which is located off of Interstate 15 in Nipton (San Bernardino County) near the California-Nevada border;
• Min Peng won the $1,000,000 top prize on a Diamond Millionaire Scratchers® ticket that was purchased at Los Altos Chevron, which is located at 2300 Homestead Road in Los Altos (Santa Clara County);
• Francisco Jimenez won $873,083 on a POWERBALL ticket that matched five of six winning numbers and was purchased at Avalon ARCO & BK Mart, which is located at 9400 South Avalon Boulevard in Los Angeles;
• Juan Madrigal won $873,083 on a POWERBALL ticket that matched five of six winning numbers and was purchased at the Circle K located at 6908 Indiana Avenue in Riverside;
• Eva Buie won $713,203 on a MEGA Millions® ticket that matched five of six winning numbers and was purchased at Kinly Donuts, which is located at 2000 West Manchester Avenue in Los Angeles;
• Carol Mosernolan won $259,368 on a MEGA Millions ticket that matched five of six winning numbers and was purchased at Glendora Liquor, which is located at 233 West Foothill Boulevard in Glendora (Los Angeles County); and
• Pedro Barnes won the $250,000 top prize on a Smokin’ Hot Cash Scratchers ticket that was purchased at Norman’s Market, which is located at 16286 Foothill Boulevard in Fontana (San Bernardino County).
There could be more lucky Californians starting tonight, as the MEGA Millions jackpot is at $12 million. Saturday’s POWERBALL jackpot is now at $86 million, while Saturday’s SuperLotto Plus® jackpot has grown to $16 million. Winning numbers for all three games can be found at www.calottery.com shortly after the 7:59 p.m. draw times.
The mission of the California Lottery is to provide supplemental funding to California schools while simultaneously supporting local communities. More than 96 cents of every dollar spent by our players goes back to local communities in the form of contributions to public schools and colleges, prizes and retail compensation. The California Lottery urges its customers to play responsibly and within their budgets. If you feel you have a gambling problem, or know someone who does, you can get help at 1-800-GAMBLER.