A Corinna man won $1 million in Wednesday’s Powerball drawing, purchasing the winning ticket at the local Big Apple convenience store.

The man, who Maine Lottery officials did not identify, had the winning numbers: 11-30-45-47-48. That alone was worth $200,000. He also paid $1 more for the “Power Play” option, which multiplied his prize by five.

“The winner is one of our customers from right here in town,” said Bert Andrews, manager of the Corinna Big Apple.

“The winner came in this morning thinking he had won $100,000, and when he realized the prize amount was $1 million, he kept saying: ‘No way…You’re kidding,’ ” said Nancy Coolidge, the assistant manager.

On April 24, another Maine Powerball player won $1 million, buying the ticket at Westbrook Market in Westbrook. That ticket also was worth $200,000 but because the customer had bought the Power Play option, it paid $1 million.

Nathan Scott, who works evenings at the Corinna Big Apple, said he doesn’t know who the winner is but was told he’s part of the regular morning crowd. He said the news hadn’t spread late today through the small town between Waterville and Bangor. Even though a notice about the winner is posted at the store most people seem oblivious to it, he said.

Big Apple will receive a $10,000 bonus for selling the ticket.