The Tigers had one first-place performance in the seven-team competition.
The 200 breaststroke relay team of Margot Rheinhardt, Audra Harman, Izzy Heiden and Ashley VanWormer was victorious in a time of 2:24.81 for WCHS.
Host Goshen won six of the 10 relay events to total 130 points in taking the team championship. South Bend Adams was second with 112 points with Warsaw third with 104. Angola placed fourth with 58, followed by Mishawaka (50), NorthWood (48) and Culver Academy (34).
Warsaw had five second-place finishes in the event, taking runner-up in the 400 freestyle relay, Crescendo relay, 200 backstroke relay, 350 freestyle relay and 200 freestyle relay races.
Warsaw hosts Manchester Tuesday at 5 p.m.