The Madison West boys basketball team made its first victory of the season a notable one on Saturday afternoon.

The Regents (1-10) took an 83-79 victory over Milwaukee King (5-5) in a game at the Nicole Ellis Classic at Milwaukee Messmer.

Waunakee 74, Glendale Nicolet 65

Senior Mitch Listau scored 30 points to lead the host Warriors (9-2) over the Knights (6-5) in the Waunakee Swingfam Showcase.

The Warriors outscored Glendale Nicolet 40-26 in the first half.

Josh Cash and Logan Beier also scored in double figures for Waunakee.

Jamari Sibley tallied 14 points for the Knights.

Lake Mills 71, Madison Edgewood 55

Junior J.T. Toepfer scored 20 points as the L-Cats (8-3) beat the host Crusaders (4-7) in the Waunakee Swingfam Showcase.

L-Cats senior Hayden Iverson finished with 18 points on six 3-pointers.

Seniors Connor Cruz and Josh Duffek each scored 11 points for Edgewood.

Lakeside Lutheran 61, Ripon 58

The Warriors (9-2) used a 12-5 run in the middle of the second half to take the lead en route to the win over the Tigers (7-4) in the Waunakee Swingfam Showcase.

Will DeNoyer scored 18 points and Caleb Kuepers and Cameron Paske each added 12 points for Lakeside Lutheran.

Minneapolis DeLaSalle 74, Madison East 70

Senior Gabe Kalscheur scored 23 points and junior Tyrell Terry had 15 as the visiting Islanders (7-2) beat the Purgolders (6-4).

East held a five-point lead at halftime, but Minneapolis DeLaSalle pulled away, adding 46 points.

Senior Keshawn Justice scored 25 points for East, making four 3-pointers, and Earl Lewis had 20 for the Purgolders.

Madison East sophomore Keonte Jones added 13 points.

Middleton 58, Hartland Arrowhead 55

Senior Brogan Brunker scored 18 points as the host Cardinals (6-5) topped the Warhawks (6-4).

Middleton made four consecutive free throws in the final minute.

Senior Alan Roden added 11 points for Middleton.

Sophomore Carter Gilmore and junior Tyler Gouin each scored 14 points for Hartland Arrowhead.

Girls basketball

Monona Grove 89, Milwaukee Science 63

Junior McKenna Warnock poured in 31 points to lead the host Silver Eagles (7-5) over the Novas (7-3).

Monona Grove took a 42-25 lead into the break. Chloe Larsh and Kailey DeVault also scored in double figures for the Silver Eagles.

Science junior Shemera Williams, the state’s leading scorer, had 36 points — but she was still held 6.9 points below her season average.

Watertown 72, Milwaukee Languages 33

Jenna Koepp scored 22 points, hitting six 3-pointers, as the host Goslings (6-6) beat the Hawks (4-8).

Watertown led by 18 at the break, and outscored Milwaukee School of Languages, 31-10, in the second half.

Lauren Burd and Teya Maas also scored in double figures for the Goslings.

Kettle Moraine Lutheran 53, Lakeside Lutheran 47 (OT)

Ariana Miller scored 20 points as the host Chargers (10-1) outlasted the Warriors (6-5) in overtime.

Kaitlyn Shadoski had 13 points for Lakeside.