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Matt Hinshaw/The Daily CourierSheila Brawn, an exercise Physiologist at Del E Webb Outpatient Center, takes Chuck Apap’s blood pressure on Friday. “He’s been very dedicated and very motivated to make the lifestyle changes that he’s needed to,” she said.

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Chuck Apap, veteran high school football coach and heart surgery survivor, compares victory on the gridiron to that of a fleeting butterfly."If you leave it alone, it will land on your shoulder," the Bradshaw Mountain High School football coach says in a warm, sincere voice. "But if you chase it, it will fly away. It's just like I tell my players, if you do all the things that are right, that butterfly's going to land and we're all going to enjoy it."