September 17, 2007 - Former RiverHawk Olmo Rosario had another big postseason.
Rosario homered on Friday as Nashua beat North Shore, 6-4, to complete a three-game sweep in the independent Can-Am League finals. Rosario hit a two-run shot, his second of the playoffs, to break a scoreless tie in the first inning.
The shortstop hit .419 in two rounds of playoffs. Rosario was the CAL's Player of the Year. He hit .362 with 12 home runs, 59 RBI and 25 steals during the regular season.
Rosario was the MVP of the 2004 Frontier League finals. He hit .429 in two playoff rounds for the RiverHawks, who won the pennant.