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Medal Madness Winners

Monday, March 8th, 2010

Congratulations to our Medal Madness Top Tier Prize Winners.

$250,000 Winner
John Taggart from Woodbine, MD

$50,000 Winner
Melissa Johnson from California, MD

$25,000 Winner
Theresa Gasker from Sparrows Point, MD

$1,000 Winners
All winners will be notified via telephone or mail with claiming instructions. Final validation will take place at the time of claiming. Please feel free to contact the Lottery directly at 410-230-8800 for claiming instructions.

Dorothy Davis from Baltimore
Beverly Keys from Indian Head
Asima Njomo from Lanham
Robert Neukum from Bel Air
Richard Stine from Frederick
Jefferie Wells from Baltimore
Margaret Harmon from Bel Air
Earl Harris from Baltimore
Shirre Tull from Salisbury
Ethel Burks from Washington, DC
Don Savage from Rosedale
Jerome Montgomery, Sr. from Indian Head
Zelda Brown from Baltimore
Gladys Davis from Silver Spring
Lois Epps from Silver Spring
Kirk Wilson from Frederick
Nancy Saffron from Baltimore
Marye Maalouf from Rosedale
Sherry Randolph from Washington, DC
Charles Herron from Glen Burnie
Craig Stanley from Baltimore
Thomas Hines from North Beach
Jacqueline Fortune from Baltimore
Sarah Harrod from Baltimore
Deborah Lockard-Shelley from North East
Agnes Holtzner from Baltimore
Felicitacion Agustin from Nottingham
William Ryans III from Centreville
Barbara Brooks from Baltimore
Youn Ho Yang from Nottingham
Jason Villegas from Bethesda
Joseph Bell from Suitland
Haskell Littlejohn from Westminster
John Parker from Fulton
Joyce Proctor from Charlotte Hall
Martha Humphries from Temple Hills
Ralph Webb from Baltimore
Arthur Kowalski from Cheltenham
Elva Fowlkes from Catonsville
Maurice Lawson from Takoma Park
Connie Curtis from Baltimore
Edward Knights from Baltimore
Janie Galman from Lanham
Ethel Evans from Baltimore
Kenneth Hadfield from Dundalk
Dorsey Scofield from Capitol Heights
Kenneth Fenderson from Upper Marlboro
Cheryl White from Baltimore
Joyce Johnson from Gwynn Oak
Alvin Pye from Baltimore
Yang Yu from Silver Spring
Joseph Butler from Hyattsville
Ronald Thomas from Baltimore
Gwendolyn Beale from Baltimore
Andre Johnson from Dundalk
Norman Wilson from Queenstown
Ray Parker, Jr. from Parkville
Mabel Butts from Sparrows Point
Hazel Barnes from Laurel
William Gilliam from Baltimore
Mary DePasquale from Baltimore
Lyna Martin from Baltimore
Joseph Brown from Brandywine
Barbara R. Smith from Baltimore
Kelly Harmon from Forest Hill
Janette Harris from Baltimore
Laurel Whyte from Beltsville
Krista McClease from Forestville
Dante Todaro from Rockville
Marshella Riddick from Baltimore
Raymond Moore from Baltimore
Mertis Stallings from Silver Spring
Henrietta Wright from Clinton
Towanda Chew from Fort Washington
Harry Axler from Olney
Chris Smith from Churchville
Gary English from Baltimore
Vernadette Harris from Baltimore
Becky Hopkins from Salisbury
Vada Jones from Belcamp
Robert Reed from Baltimore
William Lomax from Baltimore
Mark Menzel from Darnestown
Heath Roy from Grasonville
Pat Hipsley from Baltimore
George King from Essex
James B. Wilson from Upper Marlboro
Eric J. Anderson from Olney
Clarence Cornish from Baltimore
Sheila Rishel from Hollywood
Theresa Metts from Baltimore
Kenneth Holmes from Landover
Randolph Turpin from Owings Mills
Lamont Green from Baltimore
Terry Hall from Baltimore
Elijah Fields, Jr. from Baltimore
Betty Edwards from Annapolis
Margaret Holly from Bowie
George Manigo from Baltimore
Mary Borges from Beltsville

  • terry

    i comes nobody from western maryland never win

    • Dick Cranium

      I enjoyed the contest and was excited hoping to win. Well just like the Ravens and Orioles, better luck next time.

  • nicole crawford

    congrats to all the winners.i had a ball playing.

  • a jenkins

    i entered two times and still didin,t win

  • NBP Office

    Congratulations Melissa. We always knew you had the secret to success!

  • Jeanette Spriggs

    Have all the winners been notified.

    • Jeanette: All winners will be notified via telephone or mail with claiming instructions. Final validation will take place at the time of claiming. Winners can also contact the Lottery directly at 410-230-8800 for claiming instructions.

  • Veronica Hall

    That is sad i never win

    • Ima Shitton

      Maybe I will win the next one. Good luck to all you winners !!!!

    • janet

      same here:(I try and try and try but its always baltimore people

  • Gerald

    I give up I have been playing the lottery for over 20 years and never won any thing I think the game is fix and I am not spending another dine on this ripoff

    • Gerald: We understand your frustration. Please keep in mind that all lottery games are a game a chance. Whether a player plays once or hundreds of times, it doesn’t affect the odds of winning. To improve your chances of winning you can check out our monthly HOT FIVE scratch-offs. We hope this information can give our customers more of an educated guess on scratch-off games with big prizes left, but have limited inventory in retailers. You can also sign-up for Snapshots Wired at our home page, http://www.mdlottery.com. Snapshots Wired delivers all sorts of information including exclusive access to promotional announcements, tickets, events and more. Good luck in the future.

  • Connie Simmons

    Apparently it is best to live in Baltimore to participate in these contests!

    • Connie: We understand your frustration. However, rest assured, the geographic locations of our winners are random. There is no way to predict where the winners will be. Research tells us that more winners come from areas of the State in which more people are playing. Therefore, areas in Maryland with higher populations will more likely produce more winners than lower populated areas. Thanks again for your inquiry. We appreciate hearing from our players.

  • my name is lottie rosemond and i would like to no if im a winner of the game medal madnees?

  • hung tran

    congratulation to all winners

  • terry

    It was hard collecting all three of the medals, I really wish it was possible for everyone to win something. I am disappointed that it was not me. I’m always getting scratch offs and playing other lottery and never hit. I’m spending so much money trying to win, and losing big time. If the economy was not so bad, I would not be wasting my money!

  • Jerri

    Congratulations to all the winners. I do wish I was one of them. But I will just keep playing, and hopefully I will be a winner soon. It was fun playing the game, I just was waiting to be contacted until I heard the winners were listed online. Can’t wait until the next promotion, and remember we have to play to win.

  • Lewis Johnson

    Yes why is it when you have this type of contest most of your winners are from Baltimore how about giveing the rest of us in the state more of a chance.

    • Lewis: The geographic locations of our winners are random. There is no way to predict where the winners will be. However, research tells us that more winners come from areas of the State in which more people are playing. Please take a look at our press releases from 2009 and 2010 at mdlottery.com. There you’ll see that we have winners from all over the State. Prizes are selected randomly and there is no pattern as to where they will occur. It is simply the luck of the draw as to which geographic location is selected. Thanks again for your inquiry. We appreciate hearing from our players.

  • Beverly Stanley ( Butler )

    Dear Joseph Butler, If you are the son of Elmer ( Sonny ) Butler and Emma Butler of Seattle, please E- Mail me and brother to Estelle and Donald and 2 more siblings.

  • peggy young

    well i was not one of those winners either but to everybody esle who played and didnt win better luck next time.congratulationa to all the winners.

  • janet j

    congratulations to all of the big winners. it is a shame though that only the people across the bay seem to win anything. our money on the shore is just as good but it doesn’t seem that way. we may not be able to contribute as much as the people across the bridge but we contribute our share. maybe we should stop.

    • janet j: The geographic locations of our winners are random. There is no way to predict where the winners will be. However, research tells us that more winners come from areas of the State in which more people are playing. Therefore, areas in Maryland with higher populations will more likely produce more winners than lower populated areas. Thanks again for your inquiry. We appreciate hearing from our players.

  • Terry Lampkins

    I was glad to play along with trying win some money ,I do hit the md lotttery quite often especially the Race Trax games I really like playing that ,my largest hit was 3,823.

  • marcia

    I really enjoyed the opportunity to win in the medal madness. Please bring this back again. On the otherhand, there are hundreds of machines in Baltimore and would like to see more big winners in Baltimore.

  • lamont gregory

    out of 100 5 won in harford wow i sent 600 a month on the lottery in aberdeen

  • Larry Umstot

    Why are all the winnes from the eastern pr of the country do you throw all our chances in the trash, won’t enter anymore

    • Larry: The geographic locations of our winners are random. There is no way to predict where the winners will be. However, data tells us that more winners come from areas of the State in which more people are playing. Therefore, areas in Maryland with higher populations will more likely produce more winners than lower populated areas. In addition to being a high-population area with a sizable number of players, Baltimore, MD covers 38 zip codes (USPS info). Residents come from localities all over the Baltimore metropolitan area, for example, a winner from 21286 claiming a prize may be listed in a press release as a Baltimore winner, even though residents in this zip code may be from Baltimore, Loch Raven or Towson.



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