If you bought a Powerball ticket in Holland for Saturday night's drawing, you may have woken up one million dollars richer.

The Michigan Lottery website reports that the Speedway gas station at 800 Washington Ave. in Holland sold a $1 million ticket. The ticket matched each of the five white balls -- 16, 19, 32, 34, 57 -- but did not match the Powerball, which was 13.

Joe Hitt, the manager of the Speedway station, told WZZM-13 that he is working to confirm the $1 million ticket.

The lottery website shows that two other stations in Michigan, one in Dexter and one in Rochester Hills, sold $1 million tickets.

No ticket matched all six numbers pulled during Saturday night's drawing. The next drawing will be Wednesday night, with the jackpot already at $1.3 billion (the largest lottery prize in U.S. history).