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New Jersey player wins $338.3M Powerball jackpot; 5 Wisconsin players win $10,000

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MADISON, WI (WTAQ) - The sixth-largest jackpot in Powerball history was won by somebody in New Jersey.

One ticket in the Garden State matched all the numbers to win $338.3 million on Saturday night.

Four Wisconsin players each won $10,000 by matching four-of-the-five regular numbers, plus the Powerball. Those tickets were sold in Tomah, Mukwonago, Saukville, and Sheboygan Falls.

Just over 56,000 tickets sold in the Badger State won smaller prizes. Saturday’s numbers were 17, 29, 31, 52, and 53. The Powerball was 31.

The jackpot was the largest of the year, and the biggest since last November’s record Powerball prize of $587.5 million, split by players from Missouri and Arizona.

The top prize goes back to $40 million for Wednesday night. In Mega Millions, the jackpot is at $26 million for Tuesday night.

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