The hosts went 2-2 on the day as the Tigers defeated Eastside 39-36 and Kokomo 40-32 and lost to DeKalb 48-30 and Crown Point 74-4.
Luis Munoz led the way for Warsaw as he went 4-0 to claim the championship of the 120-pound weight class.
The host Tigers posted three of the fastest falls on the day. Luis Cervantes had two of them, in :21 and :24 at 126. Miguel Delfin had the other in :27, competing at 220.
No. 5 Crown Point, who finished as state runner-up last season, dominated the tournament. The Bulldogs won individual championships in nine of the 14 weight classes and outscored their four foes 272-22 on the day.
Crown Point defeated Kokomo 65-6, DeKalb 70-3, Eastside 63-9 and Warsaw 74-4 to claim the team title.
In other matches, DeKalb beat Kokomo 45-36, Kokomo topped Eastside 51-27 and DeKalb defeated Eastside 46-33.
Zach Krumlauf of DeKalb earned Most Valuable Wrestler honors in the invitational. He went 4-0 to claim the individual title at 132, winning three matches by pins and also posting a 7-1 victory by decision.
Warsaw returns to action versus conference foe Elkhart Memorial at home on Nov. 27.