Clark County father buys his son his first lotto ticket for graduation; son wins $50k

FILE PHOTO: Scratch Off games for sale with PowerBall tickets at Best Beer, Wine and Deli in Gaithersburg, Md., USA on January 11, 2015. After no one picked the winning numbers for Saturdays drawing is is estimated the jackpot will rise to a record $

An 18-year-old who played his very first Washington Lottery game as a graduation gift from his father won a $50,000 prize. 

The Washougal teen had just graduated high school, and as a gift, his father bout him a Six Figures Scratch Ticket at the 7 Market in Camas. After scratching the ticket to see if he was a winner, the teen's father saw that he had won $50,000.

According to Washington Lottery, that's a 1-in-913,00 chance of winning. 

The teen, who is currently enjoying his summer vacation, plans to save his new fortune for his future. He hopes to one day become an artist.