Powerball Pool Proves Lucky
J.O.C. Construction Crew Claims $10,000
Playing together was lucky for a group of 16 Oklahomans who recently claimed their $10,000 Powerball prize from the Oklahoma Lottery.
The winning ticket, purchased at Kathy’s Mini Mart on South Main Street in Waurika, matched four white balls and the Powerball to win the $10,000 prize for the J.O.C. Construction Crew.
Members of the winning group were Stanley Bartlett, Sterling; Lawrence Chesnut Jr., Cache; Janis Fort, Apache; Earnest Foster, Lawton; Rodney Gilleland, Loco; Ted Knight, Lawton; Bruce Lawson, Tipton; Shawn Lindsey, Apache; Eugene McClung, Lawton; Kevin Morrison, Cache; Ronald Mullen Jr., Walters; Ramiro Murillo, Lawton; Micheal Richter, Lawton; Gary Robinson, Hastings; Ivan Rowlings, Snyder; and Raymond Sintic, Lawton.
Since the Oklahoma Lottery launched, more than $131 million in prizes has been won playing Oklahoma Lottery games, said Jim Scroggins, Oklahoma Lottery Commission Executive Director.
“It’s great to see groups coming together to play and enjoy Oklahoma Lottery games,” said Scroggins. “But the best part is knowing that the real winner is Oklahoma education with more than $86 million having been transferred so far.”
For more information please contact Houston Hunt at 405.507.6276, or visit the Oklahoma Lottery’s official website at www.lottery.ok.gov.