Sacred Heart will be shooting for its fourth title in a row, and ninth overall, when the Leachman/KHSAA Girls' State Golf Tournament is played Tuesday and Wednesday at Bowling Green Country Club.
Sacred Heart is led by senior Maddie Hamilton, who tied for second last year and third two years ago.
Hamilton is one of several golfers expected to contend for individual honors.
Anna Hack of Calloway County won the state title in 2012, and had top-10 finishes last year and in 2010.
Elsa Moberly of Pulaski County was fifth last October and tied for third in 2012.
Lauren Hartlage of Elizabethtown, Mackenzie Peyton of Henry County and Madison Thomas of Shelby County also have top-10 finishes in the state tournament.
Henry Clay sophomore Leslie Ginter, who tied for seventh last year, and Madison Central junior Tristyn Nowlin, who tied for 11th last year, could make a run at medalist honors, too.
Paul Laurence Dunbar, which won the 7th Region to run its record to 8-0 this season, will be represented by twin sisters Rachel and Rebecca Fine, Madison Saladin, Shelby Campbell and Sarah Black.
Region runner-up Henry Clay, which has finished third in the state the last two years, will send out Ginter, Kie Purdom, Sara Bidarian, Margaret Clifton and Leah-Mabry Mims.
Caroline McDonald of Boyle County, Jane Watts of Woodford County and Mackenzie Neal of Madison Central qualified individually for the state.