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Did anyone win the Texas lottery this week?

On Thursday, Texas Lottery officials announced that an Eagle Pass resident had claimed a $1 million Powerball prize for the May 25 drawing. The ticket sold at Road Ranger #270 at N. 1-35 in Moore matched all five white ball numbers drawn – 6, 33, 35, 36 and 64. However, it did not match the red Powerball number of 24 .

Also, a Donna resident claimed a $1 million Powerball prize from the March 18 drawing. The patron purchased the winning ticket at Pepe’s Drive Thru at 121 N. Salinas Blvd. in Donna. The Quick Pick ticket matched all five white ball numbers drawn: 10-17-20-39-44. It did not match the red Powerball number of 16.

About six hours north of Tomball, a resident on Wednesday claimed a $3 million Mega Millions prize for the May 24 drawing. The plaintiff purchased the prize-winning ticket at Polar Express #3 at 2340 Blalock Road in Houston. The winning Quick Pick ticket with Megaplier matched all five white ball numbers drawn: 46-54-56-67-70. Like the Eagle Pass and Donna winner tickets, these did not match Mega Ball number 16.

Two winners in Austin and Baytown came out Tuesday to receive their awards. The Austin resident won a Powerball prize worth $1 million for the March 23 drawing. The winning Quick Pick ticket purchased at a 7-Eleven Convenience Store #35801A located at 9704 Giles Lane in Austin matched all five white ball numbers drawn: 6, 23, 25, 34 and 51. The ticket did not match the red Powerball number 3.

In Baytown, a resident won $3 million in the Texas Lottery’s 500X Loteria Spectacular scratch-off game. The first of four $3 million top prizes claimed in the game, the resident purchased the scratch-off ticket at Angels Bayway LLC at 7119 Bayway Drive in Baytown.

500X Loteria Spectacular offers a total of more than $309.5 million in prizes, officials say, adding that the “overall odds of winning any prize in the game are one in 3.21, including break-even prizes.”

All winners chose to remain anonymous.

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