30 CT Lottery tickets over $50k claimed in November

Connecticut lottery tickets on sale at the Food Bag Citgo gas station in Shelton.

Connecticut lottery tickets on sale at the Food Bag Citgo gas station in Shelton.

Christian Abraham / Hearst Connecticut Media

Last month, more than 110 people across the state claimed prizes over $10,000 through the Connecticut Lottery.

The largest prize handed out by the Connecticut Lottery in November was $825,000 to a Windsor Locks resident.

While no other major prizes neared the sum of the $825,000 ticket, 30 people around the state claimed prizes of $50,000 or more. 

Here is the list of people who claimed prizes of $50,000 or more in the month of November.

Byron Mendez, of Norwalk; $50,000 on a Super Cashword 22 ticket sold at K & J Grocery & Deli LLC in Bridgeport.

Hamden resident; $100,000 on a CASH5 ticket sold at Sams Food Store in Hamden.

Wallingford resident; $50,000 on a Holiday Winnings ticket sold at Woodhouse Mart LLC in Wallingford.

Donald Bryk, of Naugatuck; $55,555 on a Fantastic 5s ticket sold at Tobacco Vape Outlet in Naugatuck.

Aodrone Johnson, of Bridgeport; $100,000 on a KENO ticket sold at Boston News & Deli in Bridgeport.

Michael Gaudreau, of Windsor Locks; $825,000 on a Millionaire ticket sold at Stop & Shop #619 in Windsor.

Dakpa Norbu, of Ledyard; $50,000 on a Holiday Winnings ticket sold at Cheers Deli & Groceries in New London.

James Mcdonald, of Fairfield; $100,000 on a CASH5 ticket sold at Cumberland Farms #4740 in Fairfield.

Kane Borady, of Groton; $100,000 on a CASH5 ticket sold at Groton Mart in Groton.

Leslie Irizarry, of East Hartford; $113,427 on a FAST PLAY - $10 SUPER 7S PROGRESSIVE ticket sold at Woodlawn Db Mart in Hartford.

Angelina Martineau, of North Haven; $200,000 on a Let It Ride ticket sold at Bp in North Haven.

Javier Pacheco, of New Haven; $100,000 on a Winter Ice Multiplier ticket sold at Valley Mart in New Haven.

Mark Landry Jr, of Suffolk, Va.; $52,604 on a PLAY4 NIGHT ticket sold at Rte 72 Liquors in Bristol.

Dayville resident; $277,777 on a Mega 7s ticket sold at Somers Henny Penny in Somers.

Shelton resident; $100,000 on a CASH5 ticket sold at Citgo in Shelton.

Calvin Waterbury, of Ridgefield; $100,000 on a CASH5 ticket sold at Stop & Shop #656 in Ridgefield.

Southington resident; $100,002 on a CASH5 ticket sold at Sam's Quick Mart LLC in Marion.

Vincent Poidomani Jr, of Torrington; $50,000 on a $100,000 Fortune ticket sold at Super Stop & Shop #2604 in Torrington.

Hamden resident; $100,000 on a $100,000 Cashword 11 ticket sold at Downtown News And More in New Haven.

East Windsor resident; $50,000 on a 5X the Money 14th Edition ticket sold at Cumberland Farm #4783 in East Windsor.

Southington resident; $131,843 on a FAST PLAY - $5 SUPER 7S PROGRESSIVE ticket sold at Shoprite Of Cromwell in Cromwell.

Branford resident; $100,000 on a Pinball Wizard XXV ticket sold at Wine Barrel in Branford.

Hoai Tam Trinh, of Groton; $50,000 on a POWERBALL ticket sold at Veterans Convenience in Groton.

Camilla Buckberrough, of Bristol; $100,000 on a $100,000 Cashword 11 ticket sold at Pine Street Package Store in Bristol.

Christopher Golias, of Newtown; $50,000 on a 5X the Money 14th Edition ticket sold at Stop & Go Food Mart in Monroe.

Norma Resuleu Claros, of East Haven; $50,000 on a MEGA Multiplier! ticket sold at S & S Minimart LLC in West Haven.

Alison Huffman, of Coventry, RI; $100,000 on a $100,000 Cashword 11 ticket sold at Super Stop & Shop #697 in Dayville.

Trumbull resident; $300,000 on a $1,000,000 Golden Riches ticket sold at Trumbull Super Stop in Trumbull.

Marcos Betancourt, of Meriden; $100,000 on a MEGA Multiplier! ticket sold at Cumberland Farms #4758 in Rocky Hill.

The Connecticut Lottery publishes the list of prize winners of $10,000 or more on its website. According to its rules: “Winners cannot remain anonymous. The CT Lottery will consider a winner's name, city/town, and the prize amount a matter of public record, unless the winner produces a valid protective order or Address Confidentiality Program authorization card.”

While most winners claim prizes using their individual names, some winners come forward using other legal entities (i.e., trusts, business partnership) to claim their prizes - to better shield their identities. In those instances, the Lottery will promote the winner using that legal entity's name.