One player matched all six winning numbers drawn in Friday's "Pennsylvania Super 6 Jackpot," the first time in 11 months that the jackpot has been hit.
The winning ticket holder selected the cash payout option, worth $36.1 million. The jackpot had grown to more than $61 million, the third-largest in the game's history. The largest was $73 million.
Sales of Super 6 tickets have slowed since the state introduced Powerball -- a multi-state lottery -- in June 2002. The last winning Super 6 ticket was sold Nov. 8 to a man in Bucks County. He won a $27 million jackpot.
The winning ticket was purchased at a Turkey Hill convenience store on Main Street in Campbelltown, Lebanon County, lottery officials said Saturday. The jackpot winner had not yet stepped forward, officials said.
The Super 6 jackpot returns to $500,000 for Tuesday's drawing.
The winning numbers drawn Friday in the "Super 6 Lotto" game were: 04-13-43-50-51-54.