Former Greensboro Sports High School Writer Wyatt Smith wins $100,000 on scratch-off card:Big Money for local guy from Greensboro

He sure never made a $100,000 working for us at GreensboroSports.com, but with one scratch-off card, Wyatt Smith, also known in some circles, as Kenneth Smith, well this young man just hit the old proverbial jackpot…

He now has a true Pot-of-Gold…Wyatt has won $100,000 dollars from a Scratch-Off card that was a real Winner….

See more below from WGHP/FOX 8 News, and if you run into, or see Wyatt in the not-so-near future, tell him, that if he will loan you $10,000, that you will gladly pay him back next Tuesday….

Remember Wimpy and those hamburgers, in the Popeye cartoons??? Please give me a small loan today, and I will gladly pay you back, next Tuesday….Well here it is Tuesday again, and let’s check in, and see what Wyatt was able to win…And, Congratulations to Wyatt/Kenneth Smith….

Greensboro man celebrates wedding anniversary with $100,000 lottery win
from Dolan Reynolds with FOX 8 News…..www.myfox8.com

GREENSBORO, N.C. (WGHP) — Celebrating a wedding anniversary at the beach led Kenneth Smith of Greensboro to a $100,000 scratch-off win, according to an NC Education Lottery news release.

“I’ve always fantasized about winning a big prize in the lottery,” Smith said.

Smith, a 33-year-old real estate worker, bought his winning $100 Million Mega Cash ticket from the Calabash Food and Fuel on Beach Drive Southwest in Calabash.

He said a friend recommended that he buy his ticket from that store.

“We wouldn’t have known about it if it hadn’t been for him,” Smith said. “He was so excited that the store he picked out for us produced a winner for our group.”

Smith said family and friends were with him and his wife celebrating their second wedding anniversary.

“I took everybody in our group to breakfast after I won,” Smith said.

He collected his prize Friday at lottery headquarters. After required state and federal tax withholdings, he took home $71,016.

Smith said he wants to do some home improvements and build a fence for his new puppy, a nine-week-old dachshund named Stella.