The only Baltimore-area retailer in the top 10 was a Royal Farms convenience store on Lark Brown Road in Elkridge, which ranked sixth with $95,472.
The Soda Pop Shop in Catonsville — the state's top-selling retailer of all lottery games in the last fiscal year — ranked 38th in the big Powerball roll at $73,026.
The roll began Nov. 4 and the jackpot grew until the Jan. 13 drawing. Winning tickets were purchased in California, Florida and Tennessee.
Maryland had three $1 million winners — two in Prince George's County and one in Frederick County. State retailers sold $73.2 million in tickets.
In Maryland, sales of Powerball had dropped 15 percent in the last fiscal year. The Maryland Lottery saw a profit of $36.9 million from Powerball on $89.5 million in sales in the year that ended June 30.