D'Urbano nutmegged the goalkeeper with his header, scoring on a free kick that was crossed.
Cartersville coach D.J. Paradis credited both sides in a game that came down to a single play in the Canes' favor.
"We played a strong defensive battle. Both teams fought hard, and we were very lucky to come out on the winning side," Paradis said. "It could've gone either way. It was just two great teams that stepped on the pitch and played with their heart."
Cartersville's next match is scheduled for 8 p.m. Friday as it hosts Northgate.
River Ridge 4, Lady Colonels 3
Cass brought its offense, but so did River Ridge and the Lady Colonels opened their girls high school soccer Tuesday night with a 4-3 loss.
The Cherokee County school took a 3-1 lead at the break and scored one in the second half while Cass was adding two goals.
"We did OK, but I was expecting us to play a little better," Cass head coach Phil Phillips said. "Maybe it was the first-game jitters. I don't know. We just didn't seem to come out and jell on the front end of the game."
Audrey Nix scored the Lady Colonel's first goal with an assist from Madison Scoggins off a corner kick as Cass tied River Ridge at 1-all in the game's 32nd minute. River Ridge had taken the lead in the 15th minute.
River Ridge took a 2-1 lead in the 34th minute, scoring off a header on a corner kick, then added its third goal in the 37th minute on a breakaway.
Cass' second goal came in the 48th minute on a penalty kick by Caitlin Marsalla. Charlotte Frady scored on an assist from Mallary Hedden to tie the game at 3-3 in the 50th minute.
River Ridge took the lead in the 58th minute.
Cass hosts Calhoun on Friday at home. The girls contest is to start at 5:30 p.m. with the boys game to start at the conclusion of the first matchup.