The Eagles clinched a berth in the championship game after a 36-22 win over Dade County.
Xavier Turner had 316 all-purpose yards in the win, 219 coming on the ground with another 97 through the air. He also had four rushing touchdowns, a receiving touchdown
and a 2-point conversion.
Gage Roach had 131 yards passing and a score while adding a passing and a rushing conversion.
Dillon Peterman led the defense with seven tackles. Trevor Long had six stops while Turner, Houston Price and Daniel Johnson had five each.
Chattanooga Valley will travel to Heritage for the championship game Thursday at 4:30 p.m.
Heritage enters the game with a perfect 6-0 record, including a 3-0 mark in the NGAC North Division. The Generals are averging 29 points per game on offense and allowing eight per game on defense while recording two shutouts.
What makes them so good offensively is their line, which blocks so well," Chattanooga Valley head coach Nicky Peppers explained. "Their quarterback is a really good athlete. He's a two-year starter and he runs the ball well, but he can throw it a long way if he needs to. Defensively, they have quick kids on the line that are coming to hit you.
"I think overall we're pretty evenly matched, but we're opposites of each other. They have more size and play with more power where I think we have a little more speed and are more of a finesse team. Either way, we've got to hold on to the ball to win it."
The Eagles are scoring at a 33-points per game clip while giving up an average of 10 a game on defense with three shutouts.
Turner leads the Eagles' offensive attack with 1,126
rushing yards on the season. Roach ended the regular season with 584 yards passing and seven touchdowns.
Center Carter Gravitt, guards Casey Jahns, Franky Greene, and a trio of tackles in Michael Chandler, Garrett Collins and Taylor Sharp anchor the Chattanooga Valley offensive line.
The Eagles' defense is led by Price, Johnson, Peterman, Turner, Troy Minchew, Scott Loach, Logan Evans, Trevor Long, Cody Brooks, Blake Pardon, Travis Allen, Jacob Walz and Kelby Bryant.
Peppers added that experience will be a key. The Eagles played in the finals last year, falling to Ringgold.
"Turner and Johnson played in the (title) game last year so they know what to expect," he said. "Plus having played (Heritage) once this year already helps because we know what they can do."
The Generals took advantage of five Chattanooga Valley turnovers (four fumbles, one interception) for a 30-20 in
a regular season meeting earlier this year