New Hampshire's multi-state lottery lucky streak continues with a ticket worth one million sold in the Granite State for Saturday night's Powerball drawing, the third in the past month.

The winning numbers are: 19-24-35-43-62 Power Ball 2 and Power Play 10X.

The winning ticket matched all five white ball numbers drawn. No ticket won the jackpot, which grows to an annuity value of $56 million ($32.5 million cash) for Monday's drawing.

The winning ticket was purchased at Kwik Stop on Loudon Road in Concord, New Hampshire, Lottery spokeswoman Maura McCann told Seacoast Current.

It was the first Powerball winning ticket worth at least one million dollars played in New Hampshire this year.

Two Mega Millions tickets worth $1 million were sold in New Hampshire in July. One of those tickets was sold at the state Liquor & Wine Outlet on the Portsmouth Traffic Circle to a Colorado couple here for the Ambetter 301 NASCAR race at New Hampshire Motor Speedway in Loudon.

The second winning ticket was sold at a Market Basket store in Salem for the July 29 drawing. The $1.337 billion jackpot, the second highest in U.S. history, was won in the same drawing by a ticket sold in Illinois.

A Mega Millions ticket worth $3 million was sold in Maine in January.

Brian and Cheryl Vossen
Brian and Cheryl Vossen (NH Lottery)

The Powerball jackpot has not been won in New Hampshire since 2018 when a $559.7 million prize was won by the Good Karma Family 2018 Nominee Trust. It was sold at Reed’s Ferry Market in Merrimack.

The first and most recent Mega Millions jackpot winner from New Hampshire was in 2019, when a winning ticket was played at the Brookside Market & Deli in Exeter. The Just as B4 Nominee Trust of 2019, Portsmouth, NH, chose the one-time cash prize of $108.5 million.

Contact reporter Dan Alexander at or via Twitter @DanAlexanderNH

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