Two Players Split Record $890,000 Roadrunner Cash® Jackpot


ALBUQUERQUE – Two players split Monday’s record Roadrunner Cash® jackpot of $890,000.

Carlos Solis of Albuquerque and Mary Virgili of Ohkay Owingeh claimed their prizes Tuesday at New Mexico Lottery headquarters.

Carlos Solis

Above: Carlos Solis, winner of $445,000 Roadrunner Cash® prize

The winning numbers were 3, 13, 18, 28 and 33. Solis played numbers he selected while Virgili played a quick-pick.

Each winner collected a pre-tax amount of $445,000.

“I always said I was going to win the lottery and nobody believed me,” Solis said. He bought his ticket at Mom’s Gas and Food LLC located at 12011 State Highway 14 North in Cedar Crest.

Virgili, who said her mother always told her to play lottery games so that somebody could go to college, bought her ticket at the Ohkay Travel Center on Highway 68 in the San Juan Pueblo.

The game’s previous record prize of $687,000 was won in November 2006 by a three-person pool. The winners were Clint Marksberry of Edgewood and Albuquerque residents Rick Lajeunesse and F. Long.

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