Trailing 1-0 in the sixth inning, the Jaguars clawed back to win and improve to 12-0 this season.

The Appoquinimink High School softball team staged a sixth-inning comeback against Middletown this afternoon to win 3-1 and improve to 12-0 this season.

Middletown scored an unearned run in the second to take a 1-0 lead.

Appoquinimink tied the game in sixth with an unearned run of their own when Brooke Miller singled to left.

Mallory Weir who singled earlier in the inning scored on a passed ball to give the Jaguars a 2-1 lead.

Autumn Gentry drove home Miller to cap the three-run inning.

Gentry also earned the win in the circle for Appoquinmink, going the distance while scattering five hits.

Middletown pitcher MacKenzie Hymes also only allowed five hits in seven innings.

Brianna Reed doubled for the Cavaliers who fell to 3-8.

APPOQUINIMINK'S NEXT GAME: Saturday, May 5 at St. Mark's, 1 p.m.

MIDDLETOWN'S NEXT GAME: Friday, May 4 at William Penn, 4 p.m.