The cardiac nurse who did CPR on a Central High School football player who collapsed during a game in September has gotten a huge honor. The American Heart Association presented Lisa Lyver with its Heart Saver Award Thursday for saving Hayward Demison's life. Lyver just happened to watching from the stands when Demison suffered a heart attack after scoring a touchdown for his team. Lyver ran onto the field and performed CPR. At the hospital, doctors found Demison had a correctable heart defect, and he's now recovering from heart surgery. His doctors say he should be able to play football again next season.