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Winner The first person Annie Richardson told when she won $1,500 playing Palmetto Cash 5 was her sister! The Spartanburg resident is unsure how to spend her winnings. The winning ticket was purchased at Southern Pride Convenience in Spartanburg. Richardson believes the Lottery is good for education.
Winner Alfonso Moreno was shocked when he won $520 playing MegaMatch 6SM! The Greer resident plans to take a vacation with his winnings. The lucky ticket was purchased at The Spinx Company #181 Inc. in Greenville.
Winner B.L. Beasley, of McBee, couldnít wait to tell his wife he won $520 playing MegaMatch 6. Beasley bought his winning ticket from Seaway Exxon in McBee. He has not decided how to spend his winnings. According to Beasley, he is happy the Lottery supports education
Winner The first person Sandra Hopkins, of Blackstock, told when she won $80,000 playing Bingo Doubler was her husband and family. Hopkins admits she was shocked. She purchased her lucky ticket at Sumnerís Deli & Grocery in Great Falls. She plans to use the winnings to buy a new home.

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