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MADISON — A Knapp man and two other Wisconsin residents claimed top prizes in the state Lottery from the week of November 12 to 16.
Brandt Wallace of Knapp took home the biggest prize of the period, winning the top $200,000 in the, twenty dollar, Cash Reserve game. According to Wisconsin Lottery news release, Wallace purchased his ticket at Bob & Steve’s BP in New Richmond.
Lucia Pedraza of Delafield and Thomas Hagen of Waukesha each won $100,000 in separate games. Pedraza’s win came in the Crash Reserve Craze Crossword on a ticket purchased at Fox Brothers Piggy Wiggle in Hartland. Hagen’s prize came from the Holiday Countdown game wit the wining ticket purchased at the Waukesha Mobil Mart.
Retailers who sell winning tickets over $599 receive an incentive of 2 percent of the winning ticket amount up to $100,000.
Since 1988, the Wisconsin Lottery has generated more than $14.5 billion in total revenue. Nearly 93 percent of that revenue has gone back to winners, retailers, and Wisconsin homeowners. Over $8.2 Billion are prized and more than $4.3 Billion is funding for property tax credits to eligible Wisconsin homeowners.