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Urssery, a 100 and 200 meter specialist who also thrives on relay teams for the Inglewood based all girls Catholic school, chose Notre Dame over New Mexico, Columbia, UC Irvine, Cal Poly San Luis Obispo, Iowa State and USC among many suitors.Urssery said she fell in love with Notre Dame since her official visit in February.was taking trips every weekend, and when I went to Notre Dame, I knew that where I wanted to go, Urssery said.Urssery said most of the other high profile recruits signed in November and she was getting nervous about not finding a college home. Urssery said it was important to make the decision before she turns 18 this Thursday.was looking pretty grim and I was discouraged, but I know I found a great school for me, Urssery said. was looking for a school that would push me academically in addition to athletically. People look at Notre Dame and say, a prestigious school, and when I graduate from there, it will look good on my resume. said she loved the track facilities at Notre Dame and the college atmosphere of South Bend, Ind.knew I wanted to go far from home, Urssery said. I liked about Notre Dame is that it is small, at least compared to some of the other schools I was looking at. And the town really has a college atmosphere. Urssery went to Notre Dame, it was the first time she ever experienced snow, and it was in 2 below zero.just threw on my snow boots and my Uggs, and I liked it a lot, Urssery said. just liked everything about it. boundSan Pedro third baseman Hannah DeGaetano committed to play softball at Long Beach State, joining former San Pedro teammate Taylor Petty.DeGaetano also had an offer from Townsend State in Maryland, but said it was too far away and that the expense was kind of wanted to stay at home, and with Taylor on the team, I know I have a good time there, DeGaetano said.In addition to being able to play in front of family and friends, DeGaetano liked the idea of joining a high caliber team like Long Beach State, which has established itself as a top flight program in the last few years.a good team that can win a lot of games, and that what I like, DeGaetano said.Marine feels budget cutsThere will be more riding on each baseball game in the Marine League this season, and not only because the league looks up for grabs with Narbonne, Banning and San Pedro all looking capable of challenging for the title.This season, teams in the Marine League play each other twice instead of three times as in recent years because of budget cuts.Marine League coaches are not thrilled with the development.don like it, Narbonne coach Bill Dillon said. thought that was one thing we did right that the other leagues didn do. When you play each team three times, the real champion emerges, and I thought that was a great thing about our league. Pedro coach Bob Ramirez agreed, saying the mindset is a little different now.rather play three, Ramirez said. way it is now, you better bring your game everyday. League softball also took a hit thanks to budget cuts. Instead of the usual allotment of seven nonleague games, the teams are being allowed just three nonleague games. Marine League softball already limited itself to 10 league games.Out of the parkCarson softball coach Cam Werner admitted she never thought she would see it happen.Sophomore shortstop Darian Tautalafua blasted a ball out of Carson spacious field onto the middle of Dolores Street last Thursday in an 11 6 nonleague victory over Bishop Montgomery.didn just clear the fence, it was well over the fence, Werner said. bounced right in the middle of Dolores Street and almost took a high hop into the elementary school. was a feat that Carson sluggers Adrienne Alo, Christina Schallig and Valentina Nabayan were unable to accomplish during their storied careers.Werner said she was almost in disbelief.just stood up when she hit it, Werner said. kept saying to myself, not going, that not going. I couldn believe what I just saw. It took about two or three innings to snap out of the shock. I was in awe. certainly has some slug in her blood. She is cousins with former San Pedro star Perelini Koria and the illustrious Alo.Maybe it was appropriate that the ball sailed over the spot where her aunt, Charlene Koria, always sat for the Carson San Pedro games. Charlene Koria died earlier this month, a loss felt strongly in the South Bay softball community.