Colorado’s share of the Powerball is 24 percent of tickets sold in the state. Last fiscal year, the state collected $128 million from all lottery sales. This year, there could be a new record, Colorado Lottery spokeswoman Brooke Christopher said. Three state outdoor agencies are the primary beneficiaries: Great Outdoors Colorado gets 50 percent; the Conservation Trust Fund gets 40 percent; and Colorado Parks and Wildlife gets 10 percent. Every cent over a state-mandated cap, which was about $126 million last year, flows to the state education department’s Building Excellent Schools Today program to help build schools in underfunded districts. BEST received $1.9 million last fiscal year. “We’re in a really good position to give them a lot more than we’ve given them in past years,” Christopher said.