Apache 2.4 ProxyPassMatch with .htaccess rewrite

I have Apache 2.4 set up with PHP-FPM on a server. To pass from Apache to PHP-FPM I use the following:

ProxyPassMatch ^/(.*\.php)$ fcgi://$1

"admin_secure" is the DocumentRoot in the vhost.

In that directory, I have a .htaccess file that contains the following:

 <ifmodule mod_rewrite.c="">RewriteEngine on
    RewriteRule    ^$    webroot/    [L]
    RewriteRule    (.*) webroot/$1    [L]</ifmodule> 

The site works, right up until I try to access something that should be in the "webroot" directory. For example, if I go to "vendors/kcfinder/browse.php" which is inside the "webroot" directory, I get a "File not found" error. If I go to "webroot/vendors/kcfinder/browse.php", it works.

I've turned on rewrite and proxy logging, and it looks like the rewrite never takes place. It just sends whatever I type in the URL (if it's a PHP file).

Is there a way to write my ProxyPassMatch statement to take in rewrites like that?

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