Dana Long Terry
Lettered in five sports for Lexington High School: volleyball, basketball, tennis, track, and softball. She competed in state tournaments in three of the five sports. As a senior in 1989, Long was the Lauderdale County Female Athlete of the Year. As a basketball player at Lexington she earned All-County, All-Area, All Region, and All-State honors. She was named to the Times Daily All-Area teams multiple times. In her senior season at Lexington she averaged 28 points per game and 15.5 rebounds per game. She totaled over 2,100 points in her high school basketball career. In volleyball she was an All-County, All-Area, and All-State Tournament selection mulitple years. Her teams were the 3A State Tournament Runners-Up for five consecutive years. She played in the Junior Olympics and was named team “MVP” and “Best Offensive Player”. Dana played volleyball at the University of North Alabama for two years and recorded over 400 kills in those two seasons. She left UNA for Livingston University, but her career was cut short due to an injury in basketball. Other notable achievements include track state championship competitions in the 400 meter dash and relays, and one tennis state championship tournament berth.